Emerging Markets Spotlight

Five indicators to monitor risk and opportunity from the JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities team. 

  • James Syme
26 Jul 2021
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  • We think that there are perhaps five important global macro indicators to monitor to assess risk and opportunity in the higher-risk, more capital-flow sensitive emerging markets.
  • We believe that the conditions that have led to capital inflows, stronger currencies and good returns to equity investors are still in place.


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