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How to Invest in Malaysian Equities via ETFs
If you want to invest in Malaysian equities, then the iShares MSCI Malaysia ETF (EWM) is the fund for you.
Why Emerging Markets Are Rebounding
Emerging markets (IEMG) (AAXJ) are expected to grow at a healthy pace of 4% in 2016 and see even higher growth in 2017.
Where India’s economy is placed in the world
According to IMF data, India is the tenth largest economy in the world. It’s gross domestic product (or GDP) was $1.876 trillion in fiscal year 2013–2014.
Must-know ways you can access emerging market opportunities
While the growth story for emerging markets is still intact, further improvements will be dependent on continued structural reforms.
Indonesia Inflation Was Close to the Target in June 2017
Consumer prices in Indonesia (EEM) rose 4.4% on a YoY (year-over-year) basis in June 2017—compared to a 4.3% rise in May 2017.
Behind the Risks Affecting Global Economic Growth
The IMF cited the “fraying consensus about the benefits of cross-border economic integration” visible in the UK’s Brexit vote as a slowdown factor.
Why Investors Are Upbeat about Emerging Markets
The sharp rise in global liquidity conditions has been channeled mainly into emerging market (EEM) economies.
Should Minimum Volatility Be Part of Your Core Holdings?
The minimum volatility strategy has worked very well in the last ten years. It also tends to be a less risky strategy.
What Happens to Minimum Volatility Funds When Volatility Spikes?
The potential for a downside protection and upside participation is how minimum volatility strategies have delivered strong risk-adjusted returns over the long term.
Central Bank of Chile Keeps Rates Constant, Monitors Inflation Levels
The banking sector in Chile got a boost as Banco Santander Chile (BSAC) and Banco De Chile (BCH) rose by more than 1% on June 17.
Behind the World Bank’s Outlook for Growth in Emerging Markets
EMDEs saw their economic growth contract to 3.4% in 2015, as compared to 4.2% one year previously. For 2016, the World Bank expects their growth to be 3.5%.
Why Minimum Volatility Funds Have Outperformed
Minimum volatility funds have outperformed broader markets in the long term. By limiting the downside during the troughs of a volatile market, the minimum volatility index is better able to capitalize on rebounds.
Investors should watch out for India’s economic growth
India is part of the BRICS nations. Tracking their economic growth is important. They represent large and growing economies in five of the seven continents.