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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 traded higher today at the start of a week that is going to be dominated by central bank meetings. Those of the Philippines, Taiwan, Japan and Indonesia are expected to keep rates on hold, but the real focus is on Wednesday’s US Federal Reserve meeting. “Virtually no one expects it to raise rates however it is widely expected that it will announce the beginning of its balance sheet normalisation process,” said William O’Loughlin, local investment analyst, at Rivkin Securities in Sydney. There was relief too at no new provocation from Pyongyang. The Hang Seng led the charge, gaining more than 1%, but the SGX, the ASX and the Shanghai Composite all made significant gains too. Regional politics is likely to focus on elections in New Zealand on Saturday. Still too close to call, the NZX traded flat today. Japan is out for a holiday.



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