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Developed market interest rates have dropped significantly so far this year, while in the emerging markets, many central banks are pursuing monetary policies that are aligned with local conditions.
When a network effect is in play, each additional customer increases the product's or service's value, and this may help a company grow its advantage over competitors.
Although not always easy to quantify, intangible assets are one of the primary sources of strong competitive advantages for businesses and a key source of economic moats.
Powerful moats can be built on switching costs, which lock customers into a company's unique ecosystem and make it expensive to move.
Emerging markets are staging a comeback following a lackluster 2018, with China leading performance as it reacts to more stimulus and signs of improving U.S.-China trade negotiations.
The merger mania of Q1 is subsiding with Barrick Gold and Newmont Mining’s joint venture to leverage synergies in Nevada. Meanwhile, consumer sentiment and consumption are diverging, which may suggest risks ahead.
A downgrade of Mexico’s Pemex to junk status could substantially impact the emerging markets high yield bond market. A look at previous emerging markets fallen angels may provide insight into what this may mean for investors.