Emerging Markets

The New Rate Regime: Volatility

September 12, 2017 | Author: Edward Kerschner | Categories: Chart of the Week, Emerging Markets

The New Rate Regime: Volatility
After having the wind at their backs for decades, fixed-income investors are facing potential headwinds. The risk today is with bond yields still low, small rate changes result in large volatility, and a modest uptick in yields would produce negative returns....
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EM's ANTS Contribute Big YTD

September 06, 2017 | Author: Edward Kerschner | Categories: Chart of the Week, Emerging Markets

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'ANTS & FANG'. While the so-called FANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google) have alone have contributed 24% of the S&P 500 gain this year, EM's 'ANTS' (Alibaba, Naspers, Tencent and Samsung) have contributed 36% of the MSCI EM gain....
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EM Consumer Titans Consensus Earnings Estimates Rising Sharply

August 28, 2017 | Author: Edward Kerschner, CFA | Categories: Chart of the Week, Emerging Markets

EM Consumer Titans Consensus Earnings Estimates Rising Sharply
While 2017 consensus earnings growth have been rising across the board, the forecasted earnings growth for the Dow Jones Consumer Titans 30 Index has almost tripled since year end 2016....
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Investor Outlook on Emerging Markets Overwhelmingly Positive

August 07, 2017 | Author: Marc Zeitoun | Categories: Chart of the Week, Emerging Markets

Investor Outlook on Emerging Markets Overwhelmingly Positive
Investors have boosted their sentiment towards emerging markets (EM) since this time last year, according to the Columbia Threadneedle Investments Emerging Market Investor Sentiment Survey. In Q2 2017, the Investor Sentiment Score was up 35% from Q4 2016 and 72% from Q4 2015....
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EM Earnings: Three Years of Double Digit Growth Forecasted

July 31, 2017 | Author: Edward Kerschner, CFA | Categories: Chart of the Week, Emerging Markets

EM Earnings: Three Years of Double Digit Growth Forecasted
After two years of double-digit earnings declines (2014-2015), emerging market (EM) earnings rose 18% in 2016. Bloomberg consensus estimates are that EM continue double-digit earnings growth with gains of 28% and 12% projected for 2017 and 2018, respectively. This would mark the first three years of back-to-back annual double-digit earnings growth since 2007....
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