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We believe the opportunities for investors are likely to be plentiful in emerging markets. Europe faces numerous headwinds, while valuations in the US market currently seem, in our view, to ignore the challenges ahead.
However, valuations across emerging markets have become inordinately cheap and we are excited to uncover well-run companies even in the most stressed economies.
Weakness in the US dollar
Emerging markets currencies are competitively priced and historically emerging markets stock markets have tended to perform better against a backdrop of a weakening US dollar.
The right cocktail
An environment of low interest rates and a weakening US dollar are likely to boost foreign capital flows and private investments towards non-US assets. That bodes well for emerging markets, which we think offer greater potential for growth as (non-China) emerging countries by and large are constrained by insufficient domestic savings to fund investments necessary to lift structural growth.
China now accounts for more than 40% of the MSCI Emerging Markets index. With more unicorns (privately held innovative start-ups valued at more than US$1 billion) going public, we believe that China’s share will continue to grow in size and importance.
With the massive changes in accessibility of Chinese companies (and relatively pedestrian real estate prices), we anticipate a significant shift in asset allocation towards equities, analogous to what we witnessed in the US in the 1980-90s when mutual funds democratised equity investing. And remember China has the largest savings pool in the world.
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The value of investments and any income will fluctuate (this may partly be the result of exchange-rate fluctuations) and investors may not get back the full amount invested. As a large portion of the fund is invested in less developed countries, you should be prepared to accept significantly large fluctuations in the value of the fund. The fund may invest in certain securities listed in China which can involve significant regulatory constraints that may affect the liquidity and/or the investment performance of the fund. The fund invests in a limited number of holdings and is less diversified. This may result in large fluctuations in the value of the fund.
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