Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

Monetary Easing Prevalent in Emerging Markets in the Third Quarter
Perspective

Monetary Easing Prevalent in Emerging Markets in the Third Quarter

The US-China trade conflict has remained at the forefront of investor concerns in recent months, with both governments imposing tariffs on each other’s goods. While continued tensions are likely to result in continued market volatility, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity nonetheless finds reasons to be positive about emerging markets, with a more dovish global central bank backdrop offering support.

The Emerging Market Appeal in a Low-Yielding World
Perspective

The Emerging Market Appeal in a Low-Yielding World

Global investors searching for income opportunities may find the current climate particularly challenging, given a growing pool of negative-yielding debt. Franklin Templeton Multi-Asset Solutions’ Subash Pillai outlines why he thinks yield-seeking investors might take notice of emerging markets.

India’s Surprise Tax Cut Comes at An Opportune Time
Asia

India’s Surprise Tax Cut Comes at An Opportune Time

A recent fiscal adjustment in India could improve its competitiveness among regional peers. Read insights from our Sukumar Rajah.