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India's super rich population is exploding

India’s super rich are getting richer—and doing so much faster than most Asian countries.

Between 2013 and 2014, the number of ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals in India grew by 9.49% to 8, 595 while the amount held by them increased 8.34% to $1, 013 billion, … 387 more words

Japan’s Snap Election Won’t Ease Abe’s Woes

By Corey Wallace

When Abe dissolved the lower house on 21 November 2014 and called a snap election for December, top leaders in the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and New Komeito identified keeping 270 seats as the low-water mark, which would represent a loss of 56 seats. 926 more words

Emerging Markets

Chinese ships back on patrol in waters disputed with Japan

Coastguard vessels in East China Sea draw protest from Japan in wake of Xi, Abe meeting

By Laura Zhou

South China Morning Post 471 more words

日本 Limited Democratic Process

On November 14th, Prime Minister of Japan, Mr Shinzo Abe, called a snap election due to take place on December 14th. This has been declared a ‘gamble’ by the media (eg Reuters) and perhaps calling a verdict on ‘Abenomics’ – Mr Abe’s attempts to drag Japan out of recession. 1,716 more words

Japan

Nikkei favored over Topix among Japanese ETFs

In Shinzo Abe’s Japan, corporate profits and the stock market are surging while household income shrinks with the economy. Investors are acting like they expect the divergence to grow. 1,287 more words

ETFs

Nikkei favored over Topix among Japanese ETFs

In Shinzo Abe’s Japan, corporate profits and the stock market are surging while household income shrinks with the economy. Investors are acting like they expect the divergence to grow. 1,287 more words

ETFs

Friday’s Retrospective – 21 November 2014

Equity markets soared on Friday following the announcement of People Bank of China that it will cut the one year loan rate by 0.4% and its one year saving rate by 0.25% while in the same time it will allow more flexible deposit rates. 211 more words

Investments