Asia investors should focus on the region’s ‘robust’ data: Aberdeen


President Donald J. Trump dances at the end of the rally just before he leaves.

Ben Hasty | MediaNews Group | Getty Images

SINGAPORE — Asia investors should focus on the strong data coming out of the region instead of the outcome of the U.S. election, said Aberdeen Standard Investments’ Head of Asian Sovereign Debt Kenneth Akintewe.

“I find it amazing that we’ve sat here for two days discussing … elections and I’ve barely heard anyone talking about the data,” Akintewe told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” on Thursday.

“For Asia, it’s very important to remember that the elections is actually not the most important thing going on,” he said. “The data is one of the most important things going…


Cruises can start a phased reopening — but be ready for shorter voyages, multiple COVID tests and no more buffets

Previous article

U.S. economy needs ‘really big’ Covid relief package, says Paul Krugman

Next article

You may also like

Leave a Reply

Notify of

More in Investing