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April 2022

Dispersion in Emerging Market Equities

Country Selection Now Key

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Emerging Market Equities are experiencing significant performance dispersion across countries. Their exposure to inflation is not uniform.

The simultaneous & joint impact of COVID, the Russia-Ukraine situation, and simmering geopolitical tensions between China and Taiwan has investors worried. Especially investors in Emerging Markets.

But a closer look behind the EM Equity benchmark tells a different story. And for specific countries, the story is one of opportunity. Especially in Asia where inflation is not necessarily as prevalent as in developed markets.

Read the latest views from Emerging Market equity managers inside RFPnetworks.

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India – The Valuation Conundrum for Long-Term Investors

In what is turning out to be a challenging year for global stock market returns, the performance of India stands out within the emerging market asset class and global stock markets. In the nine months through the end of September, MSCI India has fallen by 9.7%, compared to the Emerging Markets index that is down 27.2%. Within Asia, only Indonesia and Thailand have performed better than India this year. This builds on a base of very strong long term returns, with India having outpaced the EM index over most time frames. The result has been that the weighting of India within the MSCI Emerging Markets index has increased further, reaching an all-time high of 15.3% by the end of the third quarter. As a result, India’s weighting has eclipsed both Taiwan and Korea, becoming second only in size now to China.
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