Emerging Markets Spotlight

The Emerging Markets Opportunities team highlight one of their strongest conviction ideas. 

  • James Syme
  • Paul Wimborne
10 Sep 2020
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  • The portfolio’s neutral weighting in China belies one of our strongest conviction ideas.
  • We do not share the consensus enthusiasm for expensive Chinese consumer stocks.
  • Instead, we have a substantial allocation to companies that are beneficiaries of a policy-led recovery in domestic economic activity in China.


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