Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets

Our View as US-China Trade Tensions Deepen
Asia

Our View as US-China Trade Tensions Deepen

“The recent truce in the US-China trade conflict was notable for its brevity: the increasingly antagonistic stance between the United States and China suggests to us the trade war could persist beyond the 2020 US presidential election cycle, and investors should be prepared for ongoing market volatility.” – Sukumar Rajah and Jason Zhu, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity

The Impact of US Policy on Emerging Markets: Three Investor Misconceptions
Asia

The Impact of US Policy on Emerging Markets: Three Investor Misconceptions

As investors continue to grapple with global market volatility, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity’s Chetan Sehgal opines on three misconceptions or factors he thinks investors are overlooking, and why he’s optimistic for the longer term.

The Impact of US Policy on Emerging Markets: Chinese Trade Strategy Turns Toward Neighbors
Asia

The Impact of US Policy on Emerging Markets: Chinese Trade Strategy Turns Toward Neighbors

“In fact, we believe rising US protectionism could act as a spur to some developing economies and encourage more regional trade agreements between emerging markets.” Chetan Sehgal, Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity