Understanding Four Forces of Structural Change in Emerging Markets (Wellington Management)
- Economic development is generating four forces of structural change: greater inclusiveness, enhanced productivity, improved living standards and better sustainability.
- Countries that make progress towards economic development offer more fertile environments for investing.
- Traditional indexes are underexposed to the forces of structural change in emerging markets.
- An unconstrained, thematic approach can offer targeted access to development opportunities.
- Emerging Market Opportunities Can Still Be Found (T. Rowe Price)
- Emerging Markets: How to Unlock the Next Wave of Returns (Amundi Asset Management)
- Indexes Often Get Emerging Markets Wrong (Barron’s)
- Infographic: Why Emerging Market Stocks Aren’t All the Same (Charles Schwab)
- Understanding Emerging Markets Debt (Aberdeen Standard Investments)
- 3 Successful Frontier Market Investing Strategies (DraculaCapital.com)
- Job Insecurity Hits the Middle Class / Older Workers in Emerging Markets (AllianceBernstein)
- Emerging Market Investing: Remember Demographics and Take a Selective Approach (ThinkAdvisor)
- Greece is Downgraded to Emerging Market Status (The Telegraph)
- How MSCI’s Global Investable Market Indexes Methodology Influences Trillions of Dollars (Kraneshares)