Manager remains cautious
Capital flight from the asset class
Raises number of holdings
Increase in corporate failures
Firm to launch EM debt total return strategy
Looking for entry points
Some managers still remain committed to asset class
After months of capital outflows and uncertainty, the Federal Reserve’s decision to hold rates in September could provide emerging markets with some respite.
Hedi Ben Mlouka, CEO of Dubai-based Duet MENA, explores the prospects for Vietnam and Pakistan - two countries which are "very much the architects of their own fortunes".
Emerging market assets have seen another sharp summer sell-off and while this year's edition has been more violent than the past three, the causes are rather familiar.
Fund exposed to EM consumer growth
Group adds investment trusts to range
Argentina, arguably the most famous example of a country that has made a habit out of burning foreign investors’ hands, is once again firmly on the radar.
Portfolio will replicate $1.3bn institutional strategy
Data undershoots expectations again
Pickard and Cole to run new long-only strategy
Focus on emerging markets
Team eying EM opportunities
Fund managers snap up Europe as Greek worries recede
North Asian economies appear most exposed
How important is the macro thesis on EMs?
Currency fluctuations a key concern
Crispin Odey is among hedge fund managers shorting Aberdeen Asset Management's stock on fears the latest £9.9bn outflows reported by the company spell further trouble ahead.
Fund managers are concerned the Chinese central bank's shock move to devalue its currency could lead to the renminbi depreciating further, sparking heightened capital flight from the region and the rest of Asia.