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Emerging Markets

Goldman sees strong gains for Asia equity markets

Strategists at Goldman Sachs are bullish on Asian equities and expect returns of between 30% and 50% in 2010. The US bank is most optimistic on China, Taiwan and Korea as it expects earnings growth to gather pace.

  • 02 Dec 2009

Strategists from Goldman Sachs are forecasting significant gains for Asian equity markets next year as earnings growth begins to build momentum.

The US investment bank told a press briefing in Hong Kong today (December 2) it was expecting between 30% and 50% returns for Asian regional equities in 2010. ...

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