CHILE - Chilean pension regulator Superintendencia de Pensiones has limited schemes' currency hedging to 50% of the value of their exposure to foreign assets.
Prior to this decision, Administradoras de Fondos de Pensiones (AFPs) - Chilean pension funds - could hedge up to 85% of their foreign exposure. But the regulator said in a statement that despite the...
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Patrick Zweifel says there could be considerable divergence in the trajectory of individual EM currencies over the coming years.
Almost none of the Global Pensions 100 Panel believe the US dollar will be replaced by the yuan as the world's reserve currency.
AUSTRALIA - The median growth superannuation fund (61 to 80% growth assets) fell 1.5% in July on the back of weak share markets, research from Chant West shows.
ASIA - ING Investment Management Asia's CIO believes the yuan will become a reserve currency within the next two years driven by the ongoing debt problems in Europe and the US.