Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

October Market Recap and Outlook: A Sea of Opportunities
Perspective

October Market Recap and Outlook: A Sea of Opportunities

Emerging markets continued to struggle in October amid an environment of heightened equity-market volatility globally. Manraj Sekhon, CIO of Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity, and Chetan Sehgal, senior managing director and director of portfolio management, believe the pullback presents long-term investors with opportunities amid what they dub an overreaction. They present the team’s overview of the emerging-markets universe in October.

Why Things Aren’t What They Used to Be in Emerging Markets
Guest Bloggers

Why Things Aren’t What They Used to Be in Emerging Markets

After more than three years of languishing at depressed levels, earnings in emerging-market companies are showing signs of recovery, and that is reflected in the attitudes of companies and their management as well as in their financial data.

An Emerging-Market Evolution
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An Emerging-Market Evolution

It is really not accurate to say emerging markets are pure commodity plays anymore, even though many people still consider them to be driven by the whims of commodity prices. Many investors may not realize that some very sophisticated information technology companies are located in emerging markets.

Emerging-Market Equity 2017 Outlook
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Emerging-Market Equity 2017 Outlook

On balance, although we are mindful of the potential for volatility and watchful for the risks, we believe sentiment toward emerging markets could continue to become more positive.

Focusing on Fundamental Improvement
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Focusing on Fundamental Improvement

We believe the challenges faced by some countries, sectors and companies have at times obscured in investors' minds the interesting opportunities within the emerging-markets space.

Emerging-Market Resilience
Perspective

Emerging-Market Resilience

While emerging markets remain sensitive to macroeconomic indicators and global monetary policy—which means volatility is likely to persist for some time—we see signs confidence is returning to emerging markets and believe it is likely to continue.

Emerging Markets Mid-Year Pulse Check

Emerging Markets Mid-Year Pulse Check

The Sense and Sensibility of Global Investors

The Sense and Sensibility of Global Investors