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Pictet Group 17h
will lead the economic recovery in 2021, propelled by China and supported by a weaker US dollar.” – ’s Chief Strategist on the market outlook for 2021
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Aksel Kibar, CMT Nov 26
Index is headed for a strong monthly close after strong breakout. More >>
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Datatistic Nov 27
What most economies should be doing... 100yr bonds
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Mattias Martinsson Dec 1
Over 20 years has significantly outperformed but the last 10 years it has significantly underperformed. A generation of investors has learned that the best bet is always U.S equities. What will the lesson for the next ten years be?
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instagrapics Nov 24
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Xenia Razinski Nov 28
Addressing the emerging market debt service amplified by Covid-19 will be among the major issues in the short-midterm periods and will require public and private cooperation to deliver effective solutions.
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hanetf Nov 30
Congratulations to for reaching this important milestone and being included in the Index. We hope Kuwait's growth and success continues.
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Finance in Motion Nov 24
The Investor Summit 2020 is online! On 26 Nov, Steffen Klawitter, Head of Investor Relations at Finance in Motion, will speak on in . More info and registration at:
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Templeton Emerging Markets Investment Trust Nov 27
1/2: There are high-level reasons why the results could be positive for , especially in the area of global trade relations. But for investors, it's important to look at countries and companies individually within the asset class.
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Mattias Martinsson Nov 28
A highly sensitive, but nevertheless necessary, decision to restructure one of the main loss-making state entities. A signal to the market that the government will not shy away from the most painful parts of economic reforms.
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TreasuryONE Dec 1
This morning sees broad Dollar weakness, strong EM markets, and upbeat equity markets as once again risk appetite returns. Poor US economic data and a resumption of stimulus talks are weighing on the Dollar at present.
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SEAF Dec 1
At SEAF we are creating impact through entrepreneurs in emerging markets around the world. Learn more about impact investing in our monthly newsletter.
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Frontier Markets Nov 24
NEW POST ||| Innovative Trends in the Emerging Markets Words by our friends
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Elina Ribakova Nov 25
Dwindling foreign investor interest in local markets. The bar for foreign investor return to local debt is now higher, but in Ukraine domestic politics makes it even less attractive.
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Schroders Nov 30
We take a look at the the four “M”s: why the 21st century belongs to Asia. Find out more here:
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Endow Capital Nov 23
This week's emerging markets investment round-up comes with news from Africa and Asia across a variety of sectors - from automobility to biotech.
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hanetf Nov 30
How have dealt with the challenges of 2020? We'll be joined by 2 emerging market experts to look back on how became a and what might happen in 2021. Sign up here
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Patrick Zweifel Dec 1
√ Current accounts strongly improved in deficit countries √ This is reflected in the risk-return scatter chart as only Hungary has an external deficit (risk proxy) with negative real yield (return proxy) √ South Africa, Brazil or Indon much better positioned
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Cory Morningstar Nov 26
Re-sharing this important thread - w/ additional & vital info. on funding. Purpose primary funders: -Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation -Ford Foundation -United Nations (which entered into formal partnership w/ World Economic Forum on June 13, 2019)
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roodey Nov 27
I like And both offer valuable services to their continents; Africa and East Asia—big growth coming ahead
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