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HealthInvestor Asia talks with Abel Ang, group chief executive officer of Accuron MedTech. Listen in for insights into his activities in the region and some investments he has been making in category disruptors.





Asia's aging population

HealthInvestor Asia talks with Jonathan Tan, director of the Asia Pacific Risk Centre for the Marsh & McLennan Companies in Singapore. Listen in for insights into the challenges of the aging population to Asia.





Healthcare market snapshot

HealthInvestor Asia talks with Saurabh Gupta, head of healthcare and consumer at Maybank Kim Eng in Singapore. Listen in for insights into the capital markets and healthcare.





Aged Care in China

HealthInvestor Asia talks with John Mortensen, regional director for healthcare and education, Greater China for real estate specialist JLL. Listen in for insights into aged care in China.


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Markets in Asia were mostly higher today with the return of some risk appetite. Weaker-than-expected inflation figures from the US last night calmed fears of aggressive interest rate rises from the Federal Reserve, and the continued reduction of tension in the Korean peninsula was welcomed too. The Hang Seng was last seen 1.36% higher and the Nikkei gained more than 1% as stocks headed towards their best week since February. Closer to home, Malaysia’s KLCI remains closed until Monday after Mahathir Mohamad’s shock election win in the elections on Wednesday. “We expect a kneejerk selloff when markets reopen, as the country risk premium spikes higher,” warned RHB analyst Alexander Chia. Malaysian five-year sovereign credit defaults swaps widened 5bp and Singapore-listed stocks with Malaysian exposure suffered yesterday. In the healthcare space, IHH Healthcare, Health Management International and Riverstone Holdings all traded down, though they stabilised today.


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