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No slowing down for the Indiana Jones of Emerging Markets

The emerging markets pioneer turned a $100 million fund into a $60 billion behemoth over 30 years. And even now, well past 80, Mark Mobius still spends 250 days of the year on the road researching companies.

James Dunn | 12th Oct 2023 | More
Sustainable investing in emerging markets: INDepth with John Green from Ninety One

John Green from Ninety One goes in-depth with Peter White from The Inside Network on “Sustainable investing in emerging markets”.

The Inside Adviser | 10th Oct 2022 | More
Advisers take a fresh look at emerging markets

A confluence of largely unrelated trends is prompting advisers to rethink their former reticence about emerging markets for all but their better-heeled clients. They are taking a whole-world approach. According to Jorden Brown, Capital Group’s Sydney-based managing director in charge of financial intermediaries, advisers have long accepted the investment fundamentals of emerging markets (EM), such…

Greg Bright | 1st Jul 2021 | More
  • Lessons from over a decade investing in Asia

    “It’s like drinking from a firehose.” That’s the way Qiao Ma describes the experience of meeting with some of China’s, and Asia’s for that matter, emerging group of company leaders. Speaking at The Inside Network’s Equities & Growth Assets Symposium, Qiao was challenged to deliver unique insights from her extensive experience pounding the pavement in…

    Staff Writer | 27th May 2021 | More
    Will Taiwan tension derail emerging market allocations?

    As investors start to look past the pandemic, the economic cost and scarring from Covid-19 has been significant. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says “unlike the 2008 crisis, emerging markets and developing economies are expected to suffer more scarring than advanced economies”. In the same way that the US and Australia were able to provide…

    Ishan Dan | 6th May 2021 | More
    Has Tencent beaten Facebook at their own game?

    Emerging markets, including China and India, have been among the most popular destinations for investors in recent months, with many attracted to their diversification benefits. There remains a common misconception that these countries are still the “manufacturer for the world,” but the companies that now inhabit these countries, in many cases, have surpassed their developed…

    Drew Meredith | 6th May 2021 | More
  • ASX gains 0.4% as inflation data undershoots

    Markets rally on weak inflation data, Link deal pulled, JB Hi-Fi CEO stepping down  The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) managed to deliver another 0.4% gain with the materials sector the only detractor falling 1.0%. The fall came despite the iron ore price hitting a record of US$193, marking a long recovery from the US$50 lows of 2015. JB HiFi (ASX:JBH) was among…

    The Inside Adviser | 28th Apr 2021 | More
    Inflation still the ‘wild card’ according to Eaton Vance

    After a quick scare in February, which delivered the worst month on record for Australian bond markets and a rare loss for the ‘low-risk’ asset class, markets have quickly normalised. Bond yields continue to retreat despite growing evidence that the global economic recovery is stepping up another gear. Despite this feeling of normality, and perhaps…

    Staff Writer | 19th Apr 2021 | More
  • Australian sharemarket pulls back

    Markets weaken, Webjet raises $250m, lithium jumps as production ramps up The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) fell 0.3% to begin the week, struggling to overcome a weak overseas lead with a lack of material announcements for the local market. All eyes were on Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s 60 Minutes interview overnight in which he highlighted that the US economy is…

    The Inside Adviser | 13th Apr 2021 | More
    ASX rose to six-week high ahead of Easter break

    Second quarter off to strong start, AMP’s CEO departs, Boral announces buyback The ASX200 (ASX:XJO) finished the week and commenced the new quarter on a strong note, finishing 0.5% higher with both IT, up 2.3%, and materials, 1.3%, contributing. It was a day for stock specific news with the worst kept secret in finance being confirmed, AMP’s CEO Francesco…

    The Inside Adviser | 4th Apr 2021 | More
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