Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

The New Emerging Market Landscape: Taking Leadership in Technology
Asia

The New Emerging Market Landscape: Taking Leadership in Technology

Some emerging markets are becoming technology leaders. The last article in our three-part series on the new emerging market landscape.

The New Emerging Market Landscape: The Single Commodity Focus Has Shifted
Asia

The New Emerging Market Landscape: The Single Commodity Focus Has Shifted

Continuing with our series, our emerging markets equity team considers why emerging-market economies have diversified into services, technology and consumption.

The New Emerging Markets Landscape
Asia

The New Emerging Markets Landscape

Economies across the globe have begun to emerge from various stages of COVID-19 lockdowns and look toward recovering economic growth. Franklin Templeton’s Emerging Markets Equity team considers three new realities they see in the emerging markets today—some of which may help certain countries weather the crisis.

Optimism Capped by Renewed US-China Tensions in May
Perspective

Optimism Capped by Renewed US-China Tensions in May

Emerging market equities advanced overall in May as investors welcomed a gradual easing of coronavirus-related lockdowns in several parts of the world. However, renewed US-China trade tensions capped some optimism. Our Emerging Markets Equity team examines these and other events shaping markets in May, and shares its latest investment outlook moving past COVID-19.

US-China Trade Tensions Resurface as Lockdowns Lift
Asia

US-China Trade Tensions Resurface as Lockdowns Lift

As China’s economy continues to recover from the COVID-19 lockdown, other issues—such as trade tensions—have started to resurface. Portfolio Manager Michael Lai offers his perspective from an investment lens on trade and other issues impacting China today.

COVID-19 Challenges in African Economies
Frontier Markets

COVID-19 Challenges in African Economies

A look at the challenges African economies face during COVID-19, from our Emerging Markets Equity team’s Danesh Ranchhod.

Coronavirus: Signs of Normalcy Emerge as China Re-Opens
Asia

Coronavirus: Signs of Normalcy Emerge as China Re-Opens

China has lifted some lockdown restrictions. What’s next for emerging market Asia? Our Andrew Ness shares his thoughts.

Improving Confidence Drives Emerging Market Rally in April
Perspective

Improving Confidence Drives Emerging Market Rally in April

The coronavirus pandemic has hit economies across the globe, emerging markets being no exception. Our Emerging Markets Equity team takes a look at developments during the month of April and how various countries have been affected. The team outlines why it believes many of these economies can weather the crisis—and maybe even eventually emerge stronger as new technologies are adopted.

Why Emerging Market Debt Remains Attractive Despite Near-Term Uncertainty
Perspective

Why Emerging Market Debt Remains Attractive Despite Near-Term Uncertainty

With some countries slowly lifting coronavirus lockdown periods, does it make sense to invest in risk assets again—namely emerging markets? Franklin Templeton Fixed Income’s Nicholas Hardingham takes a look at the emerging market debt landscape in the wake of the coronavirus.

PODCAST: How COVID-19 Is Testing the Resiliency of Emerging Markets
Perspective

PODCAST: How COVID-19 Is Testing the Resiliency of Emerging Markets

Manraj Sekhon, Chief Investment Officer, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity, discusses the emerging markets landscape across North Asia, India and Latin America, and the path forward toward recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

MENA Equities: Why Long-Term Investors Should Stay the Course
MENA Region

MENA Equities: Why Long-Term Investors Should Stay the Course

Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Bassel Khatoun and Salah Shamma share their on-the-ground view of the regional response to the coronavirus pandemic, and why they think times of exceptional stress could provide potential opportunities ahead.

India’s “Whatever It Takes” Attitude to COVID-19
Asia

India’s “Whatever It Takes” Attitude to COVID-19

India’s government has implemented a series of measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus, aiming to strike a balance between saving lives and preventing an economic catastrophe. It recently stepped up its fight, extending a lockdown of its 1.3 billion citizens until May 3. Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Sukumar Rajah weighs in on the implications.