Deep Dive into emerging market equities: Good time to invest in the sector during pandemic - or not?
Opinion mixed over sector's opportunities
Replaced by interim Michel Temer
Bulking up and diversifying out
‘Expectations for the UK are getting ahead of themselves’
Mainstream emerging markets may have remained thoroughly out of favour this year, with developed nations driving global equity returns, but surprises can still be found in the top ten markets of 2013.
EMERGING MARKET DEBT
Two of Pictet's emerging markets team, including Russia fund manager Peter Jarvis, have left Pictet Asset Management(PAM), Investment Week can reveal.
The manager of the best performing fund over the last decade has revealed some of the stock picks which fuelled the 868% return it produced over that timeframe.
Bruce Stout, manager of Murray International Trust, examines how companies in Europe, Asia and Latin America are changing their attitudes towards equity income investors.
After building up a $5bn emerging markets strategy at Barings, James Syme and Paul Wimborne left in February 2011 to join boutique fund manager JO Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM).
Investec has extended its Latin American equity range with the launch of a smaller companies fund run out of the Americas by LatAm specialist Compass Group.
BlackRock's Will Landers on the prospects for a rapidly growing market spurred by commodity demand.
Jemma Jackson of the Association of Investment Companies (AIC) looks at the rise of the specialist sectors and explains why closed-ended structures lend themselves to the space.
Aberdeen's global equity fund specialist Bruce Stout, manager of the £1bn Murray International trust, has warned investors should be preparing for a decade of no growth in developed economies.
Barings is overhauling its Latin America fund, reducing the number of holdings to focus on long-term positions.
In this Q&A Merlin manager and Jupiter CIO John Chatfeild-Roberts explains his thinking on financials and his fears over the impact of quantitative easing.