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UOB China ETF Changes

It looks like UOBAM decided to change the index of their China ETF after all. Instead of tracking the FTSE/Xinhua A50 index, they will now be tracking the SSE 50 index, which represents the 50 largest stocks of good liquidity listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE). The ETF will also be renamed to United […]

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United China ETF Delayed

UOB Asset Management Ltd (UOBAM) announced the other day that the launch of their United FTSE/Xinhua China A50 ETF has been delayed due to technical issues with the tracking of the index. Just to recall, the swap-based United FTSE/Xinhua China A50 ETF tries to replicate the performance of China A50 Index by buying participating notes […]

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Jim Rogers Interview

I managed to obtain from my friend an audio clip that had a short interview of Jim Rogers following his speech at NUS a couple of weeks ago. Click on the player below to listen. The transcript of the interview provided by my friend of InvestIdeas Forum and with additions done by me can be […]

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Craig Russell on HKSE as a Doorway to China

On Saturday morning, I was at Pan Pacific Hotel to listen to Craig Russell, Saxo Bank’s Chief Market Strategist, share some of his market views. Craig has over 20 years of experience in the global currency, equity and futures markets and is based in China. For some reason, I was a bit lethargic during the […]

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Merrill Lynch China Participation Certificates

Yesterday night, I attended a talk organised by Merrill Lynch on one of their latest products, China Participation Certificates. According to the information on the brochures, the Certificates are a cost effective way for investors to obtain access to selected China-themed sectors, based on the research of specialised Merrill Lynch analysts. The session begun with […]

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