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Citi sees slower gains in 2010 Asia equity markets

The bank’s head of Asia ex-Japan equity strategy, Markus Rosgen, expects the MSCI Asia ex-Japan Index to trade between 520 and 540 points next year. Citi has a North Asia bias and favours Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan.

  • 30 Nov 2009

Equity investors can look forward to returns of between 9% and 14% in Asia ex-Japan next year, according to a senior Citi strategist.

Markus Rosgen, the bank’s head of Asia ex-Japan equity strategy, told a media briefing in Hong Kong today (November 30) that he expects the MSCI ...

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