Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

US 2020 Election Investment Pulse: Resilience and Vulnerability in Emerging Markets
Asia

US 2020 Election Investment Pulse: Resilience and Vulnerability in Emerging Markets

The US elections have implications for emerging markets in the area of global trade relations in particular, but for investors, it’s important to look at countries and companies individually within the asset class, according to Portfolio Manager Andrew Ness. He joins our Head of Equities Stephen Dover to discuss how emerging markets are navigating today’s challenges—including the COVID-19 pandemic—and note they are home to some of the most innovative and resilient companies in the world.

Emerging Markets Outpace Developed Markets in July
Perspective

Emerging Markets Outpace Developed Markets in July

Some emerging markets have been coping with the COVID-19 crisis better than others, and their economies are in different stages of recovery. Our emerging markets equity team highlights a few—and offers thoughts on why the pandemic has accelerated some existing fundamental and technological trends.

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.

2020 Outlook for Emerging Markets Equity Investing
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2020 Outlook for Emerging Markets Equity Investing

While US-China trade issues still haven’t been resolved, there are reasons to be optimistic about the prospects for emerging markets in the coming year, according to Manraj Sekhon, chief investment officer, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity. He shares his outlook for 2020, and how technological innovation is leading to new investment opportunities in a number of countries.