Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

Growth opportunities in emerging markets
Asia

Growth opportunities in emerging markets

Emerging markets offer dynamic growth opportunities for investors, from consumer goods to logistics to technology. Find out more from Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Chetan Sehgal.

India takes on a commanding new role
Asia

India takes on a commanding new role

India is growing in influence on the world stage, and its vibrant market is worth paying attention to, according to Dina Ting, Head of Global Index Portfolio Management, Franklin Templeton ETFs. Find out more.

Emerging Markets Insights: From BRICS to BRICS+
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Emerging Markets Insights: From BRICS to BRICS+

The opportunity set is wide and growing wider in emerging markets, according to Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity. Get the team’s latest outlook.

Emerging Markets Insights: Fund flows improving
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Emerging Markets Insights: Fund flows improving

Uncertainty toward emerging market economies is waning, as countries are focusing on growth strategies and policies to spur their respective economies. Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity explores the investment implications.

India—prepared for takeoff
Asia

India—prepared for takeoff

In addition to increasing demand for air travel due to a rapidly growing population, other positive trends are setting the stage for India’s economy and markets to take off. Franklin Templeton’s Head of Global Index Portfolio Management, Dina Ting, discusses the country’s supportive government programs as well as its market’s strong financial, IT and energy sectors.

Emerging Markets Insights: The dominance of technology
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Emerging Markets Insights: The dominance of technology

Emerging markets have been adopting new technologies, which solve existing challenges, raise productivity and reflect changing consumption patterns. Learn more from Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity.

Under the Macroscope—A nimble bull in a China shop
Asia

Under the Macroscope—A nimble bull in a China shop

Concerns about China’s post-COVID recovery has recently been intensified. However, Franklin Templeton Institute Investment Strategist Christy Tan believes that policy support and an improving global outlook could benefit Chinese equity and fixed income markets in the second half of the year.

Green steel
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Green steel

The steel industry is one of the largest contributors to global carbon emissions. The challenge in producing green steel from zero-emissions hydrogen is cost. A report from Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity focuses on the process to produce green steel, breaking down the costs and technology used in each step in the process.

Materials as a building block of Mexico’s market resilience
Latin America

Materials as a building block of Mexico’s market resilience

Mexico’s stock market has been performing well this year, with “green” initiatives in the cement industry playing a part. Dina Ting, Head of Global Index Portfolio Management at Franklin Templeton, discusses some interesting factors behind the market’s top-performing sectors and industries, and why they may be worth a closer look.

Emerging Markets Insights – A greener future
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Emerging Markets Insights – A greener future

Following a lackluster start to the year, foreign investors now seem to be noticing emerging markets—and there are reasons to be optimistic the trend will continue, according to Franklin Templeton’s Emerging Markets Equity team.

Financial inclusion efforts in Mexico give way to new market highs
Latin America

Financial inclusion efforts in Mexico give way to new market highs

Global investors might not be aware that Mexico’s stock market has been rising to new heights this year. Dina Ting, Head of Index Portfolio Management, Franklin Templeton ETFs, makes the case to consider adding some exposure.

Update on India: Time to take another look
Asia

Update on India: Time to take another look

India’s stock market has underperformed global markets overall as well as some of its emerging market regional peers so far this year. However, there are signs that perhaps the tide has turned, and investors may be taking another look, according to Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Sukumar Rajah. He shares his latest outlook in light of recent events.