More From Hugh Young
Some Emerging Markets Can Likely Handle Soft Growth in China
In 2013, when the Fed announced that it would gradually end its QE (quantitative easing) program, many emerging markets (ABE)(FEO) saw huge outflows of funds.
What’s the Meaning of China’s Slowing Growth?
China’s (GCH) GDP (gross domestic product) grew at 6.9% year-over-year for the third quarter ended September 30, 2015.
Investors Have Been Dazed and Confused
Investors may be confused, and with good reason. Investment returns have been contradictory.
Look for Pockets of Value within Emerging Markets
Emerging markets (ABE)(FEO) as a whole may not be attractive. Where can you find value within emerging markets?
Why Global Growth Could Be Muted
Weakness in China could lead to a contagion, and global growth could be muted.
Why Did China Devalue Its Currency?
China (GCH) devalued the yuan by 2% in August, its largest move in 20 years. A weak currency helps boost exports, which can in turn lift the economy.
What Led to the Rout in Chinese Stocks?
The rout in Chinese stocks was only a matter of time. It’s clear that this wasn’t a bull market due to fundamental reasons.