With expanding economies, emerging markets, such as India, China, and Brazil, are often considered on pace to become developed countries. These emerging economies are increasingly powerful forces driving global growth. In fact, they account for more than half of the world’s GDP.* Investors often look to emerging markets to diversify their portfolios—with exposure to different geographies and more potential growth opportunities than developed economies.
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Podcast: Thoughts on the Market
With questions around equity outperformance, tech overvaluation, and currency headwinds in the US, investors may want to look internationally to diversify their portfolio.
Commodities, geopolitical risk and Asia & EM equities
As global markets face a rise in commodity prices due to geopolitical conflict, investors in Asia and EM equities will want to keep an eye on the divergence between commodity exporters and importers.
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