The return of emerging markets

Ewan Thompson, Head of Emerging Market Equities, Neptune

Although in political terms 2016 will be remembered for the seismic shocks of the Brexit vote and Trump’s presidential victory, the year was also a watershed for the global economy and emerging markets in particular. Following five years in the wilderness, the conditions are now in place for a sustained recovery in emerging market outperformance.

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