Investors should take advantage of Asia bubble: Wood

CLSA’s perennially top-ranked Asia strategist Christopher Wood believes that quantitative easing in the US will keep driving regional stock valuations upwards, but that this is a strong investment trend that Asian investors can benefit from.

  • 10 Nov 2010

The US’s attempts at quantitative easing (QE) are unlikely to work but they should ensure that Asia’s assets outperform for many months to come, predicts Christopher Wood, Asia strategist at CLSA.

Speaking with asiamoney.com after having just disembarked from a New York flight, the region’s perennial top strategist ...

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