This week’s readings include a look at Uber’s bad week (doomsday scenario or business reset?), thoughts on what the recent MSCI verdict means for China and investors, the implications of Beijing’s new mega airport on China’s airline industry, George Soros on Brexit in reverse and why the Salim Group is going back to banking after two decades.
- Uber’s bad week: Aswath Damodaran writes that while the the latest controversies will likely damage the company, they will not disable it.
- What MSCI verdict means for China: Analysts and market commentators from across the Asia Pacific region share their thoughts on what it means for the country and investors.
- Beijing’s new mega airport will challenge AirChina’s dominance: The new airport is likely to bring the country’s three biggest airlines to head in the capital.
- Brexit in reverse?: George Soros thinks the UK may never leave the EU if the bloc reforms itself while negotiations are taking place.
- E-commerce lures Salim Group back to banking after two decades: The group has bought at least a 51% stake in Bank Ina Perdana, a small local bank.