Equity investors look to EM as slowdown fears persist

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By Sam Kerr
18 Jul 2019

Asset managers are looking to the emerging markets as a hedge against a slowdown in the US and Europe.

According to the July fund managers' survey from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, emerging market equities have risen in popularity with 23% of those surveyed telling BAML that they are overweight the asset class

The eurozone and the US were tied in the survey as the second most ...

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