On balance the asset class is well-positioned for 2019, according to Eaton Vance
Daniel J. Graña of Putnam investigates how US's trade war with China will affect emerging market equities
Samy Muaddi and Willem Visser of T. Rowe Price investigate the challenges that come with investing in Russia, and how to build 'oligarch risk' into models.
Our latest Cyclical Outlook highlights the macro trends and market developments that underpin our outlook for 2019: slower growth, but likely no recession.
T Rowe Price's Andrew Keirle looks at the three stages of a crisis in emerging markets
Many schemes perceive emerging markets as risky investments. Christoph Hofmann explains why this is no longer the case
Lupin Rahman of PIMCO considers the economic outlook for emerging markets
China is gradually opening up its bond market to foreign investors. Robin Creswell looks at how the market is evolving
Traditional fixed income assets are failing to deliver the returns many schemes need. Euan MacLaren assesses whether emerging market debt can provide an alternative
Investors must tread cautiously when searching for yield in emerging market debt (EMD), HSBC Global Asset Management has cautioned.
Emerging markets are a good option for investors who can learn from past mistakes
Professional Pensions is set to publish a special focus on emerging markets in August.
US-based manager Brandes Investment Partners has launched an emerging market equity fund which will take a multi-cap strategy using value analysis of companies in a typical 60-75 stock portfolio.
Emerging market equity and debt will see a surge in demand from institutional investors over the next 18 months, signalling renewed confidence in developing economies, a fund manager survey shows.
Andrew Short delves into the Brazillian economy
Legal & General Investment Management has launched its first emerging market sovereign debt funds following surging demand from UK pension schemes.
GSAM's Jim O’Neill on BRIC's tenth birthday
Professional Pensions' Knowledge Base looks at emerging markets and explores some key issues for trustees to consider when looking at their allocation to this asset class.
More and more pension funds are making their securities lending programmes work harder for them by expanding into emerging markets, as Helen Fowler reports
The panellists discuss how emerging markets can reduce a portfolio's volatility, how allocation between equity and debt should be split, and the key drivers set to affect EM investment
Professional Pensions' Knowledge Base looks at emerging markets and explores some key issues for trustees to consider when considering their allocation to this asset class
DC World spoke to Hartwig Kos and Andrew Benton about Barings' Dynamic Emerging Market Fund
Hartwig Kos explains how the Baring Dynamic Emerging Markets Fund draws on diversified growth experience
GLOBAL - Franklin Templeton's Mark Mobius has said he does not believe there will be a recession in developed or emerging markets despite the ongoing eurozone sovereign crisis.