One equity and one bond fund
New investment opportunities
Anti-corruption drive 'absolutely vital' in restoring confidence
Firm eyeing Latin America, Middle East and Asia products
Follows Hardenberg departure
Focus on China and Latin America
Effective 1 March
At T.Rowe Price, we believe global emerging markets (EMs) continue to offer attractive investment opportunities even after a strong 2017. Many of these markets are enjoying ongoing progress of meaningful economic and political reforms, as well as improved...
High-profile changes to Franklin Templeton's EM roster
Boosted by Chinese tech stocks
Concerns about oil, currency and politics
Several sectors 'subsumed' by tech growth
Focus on internet and consumption
Need to be discerning
Pioneer of EM investing
The old saying "markets like to climb a wall of worry" proved spot on in 2017, writes Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell.
Partner Insight: Ross Teverson, Head of Strategy, Emerging Markets at Jupiter Asset Management, provides an insight into the Jupiter Global Emerging Markets Fund philosophy, which is centred on identifying companies experiencing 'positive change' in emerging...
Global capital has only been gradually waking up to the potency of the middle class opportunity in emerging markets, particularly in China, writes Ed Butchart, chief investment officer at Sloane Robinson.
Soft-closed in 2012
'Everything looks expensive or horribly expensive': GMO reduces seven-year forecasts across all asset classes in Q4
EM value most bullish position
Much has been written about the decision to include China A-shares in the MSCI Emerging Market Index. The symbolic importance cannot be overlooked. Whether it will have a significant impact on client portfolios, however, remains to be seen.
Dominance by Chinese tech firms