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Category disruption

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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With trade tensions between the US and China still high, markets in Asia declined to their lowest levels for six months. A strong overnight yen saw the Nikkei trade down 0.86% while the ASX was off by 0.13%. Bear territory beckons for the Shanghai Composite: it is at its lowest level for two years, and has declined almost 20% this year with US$1.6 trillion wiped from stocks since January. Today it fell 0.19%. “Investors will continue to focus strongly on the news wires as the Trump administration shows no signs of pulling back from its tariff commitments, despite rumours that conciliatory talks between the two super powers have been proposed,” said Nick Twidale, chief operating officer at Rakuten Securities, this morning. As usual, the tone of the markets on Monday will be set by the White House’s Twitter diplomacy at the weekend. “Any sign that talks may be in the offing should see a bit of a relief rally for the beleaguered markets, but any continuation of the current situation will see more pressure to the downside,” Twidale added.



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