Craig Botham explains why the economics team has downgraded the growth outlook across the BRIC economies this quarter, with weakness in 2020 driven by the trade war.
A solid global backdrop, improving fundamentals and relatively attractive income to drive continued, albeit more modest, gains in 2018 despite increased country divergence.
Russian growth slowed more than the market expected in the third quarter, supporting the argument for further rate cuts by the central bank.
The link between emerging market companies' earnings and GDP growth is tenuous. We explain why investors are better off focusing on fundamental analysis of individual companies.