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The 1Q 2017 rally
of emerging markets currencies (EMFX) raises some interesting issues for
investors to consider, including the composition
of benchmark EM indices.
Given its rapid growth, private education in emerging
markets provides what we believe is an exciting investment opportunity.
We are tending to view the global macro environment favorably, and see a distinct improvement in global growth, with better sentiment indicators and improving analyst earnings revisions.
CEO Jan van
Eck analyses the strong reaction that emerging markets had to Trump’s November
8 presidential win, and outlines key considerations for equity and bond
Emerging markets equities, and
our investment strategy, performed relatively well in 2Q, despite the
challenges of Brexit, negative bond yields, a sharp appreciation in the
Japanese yen, and concerns about the rise of “populist politics”.