"...emerging markets will grow faster than the
developed world for decades to come."

Gideon Rachman, The Financial Times

China: Building Roads to the Future

China is forging new global connections and expanding trade and market access in many ways. The country does seem to be opening its capital markets and working to become more transparent. We have seen the success of stock linkages between

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As “new” China economy stabilizes, markets poised for upside surprise

There is growing optimism that the Chinese markets will surprise on the upside as government reforms begin to take hold. Since the beginning of the year, the country’s macro-economy has stabilized, fuelled by strengthening industrial output, an expanding service sector,

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Odds of outperformance in emerging markets stacked in favor of active managers

When investing in emerging markets, the odds of outperformance are stacked in favor of active managers. That’s because, unlike developed markets, emerging markets are a heterogeneous and inefficient asset class.  Each individual market and region possesses unique characteristics, risks and

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Busting the Frontier-Market Myths

Although frontier markets are a small subset of the emerging market universe, we think they represent an important constituency that offer some compelling potential opportunities. Here, I’ve invited my colleague Carlos Hardenberg, senior vice president and director of frontier markets

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