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Investing in Emerging Markets

As a result of their higher growth rate, emerging markets account for 75% of global GDP growth. Investors who have a long time horizon and can stomach volatility can be rewarded with greater returns.

October 16, 2018

Limiting the risk of investing in emerging markets

Multinational companies with significant operations in emerging markets provide a safer alternative to the stocks of local companies

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Attractive opportunities for income-focused investors

Sovereign and corporate emerging-market bonds carry greater risk, but offer potential for significant pick-up in yield to bonds from developed markets

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Higher returns over the long haul

In spite of their periodic ups and downs, emerging markets have trended higher over time, providing long-term investors with greater risk-adjusted returns than developed markets

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Emerging markets offer diverse opportunities

Demographic trends, a rising middle class and increasing domestic consumption are among the factors that make emerging market increasingly attractive to investors

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