[Nikkei Asian Review No. 43]
After the sell-off: Where next for Asian markets?
HONG KONG/SINGAPORE -- In early October, as investors were dumping stocks in emerging markets from China to Argentina, veteran Wall Street investor Byron Wien sent out a memo to his clients. "The major question confronting investors is whether the U.S. equity market can continue to move higher when the rest of the world is experiencing an economic slowdown, political turmoil and trade disputes," Wien, vice chairman of the Blackstone Group, wrote.
Southeast Asia's risk map: A country-by-country breakdown
BANGKOK -- Geopolitical risk comes in many forms. While investors are keeping a wary eye on political divisions in the U.S., the trade war between Beijing and Washington, and rising populism in Europe, Southeast Asian markets are facing their own unique headwinds
Uniqlo parent goes digital as it faces Amazon
TOKYO -- Uniqlo's cavernous warehouse in Tokyo's Ariake district, a vast space populated by conveyor belts pushing around boxes and towering shelves stacked with containers, is all but devoid of human life.
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