Should Investors Carve China Out of Their Emerging Markets Allocation?

Clement K. Miller, CFA |
Wilmington Wire
AsianDream

August 5, 2020—Chinese stocks, as captured by the MSCI China Index, have risen and comprise almost 40% of the market capitalization of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index. This Wilmington Wire addresses a question that has been posed by some investors: Should investors carve China out of their emerging markets allocation?There are two sets of investors asking this question.

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Episode 15: U.S. & China—Cold War II?

Tony Roth |
Capital Considerations with Tony Roth

July 23—Rising trade tensions in the past few years saw half a trillion dollars in tariffs by the U.S. on Chinese goods and retaliation in kind. Then came COVID-19 and a whole other kind of blame game ensued. In Part II of our discussion on China, Tony and Dr. Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson School of Global Affairs, discuss whether U.S.-China relations have reached a tipping point.Dr.

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EU COVID-19 Fiscal Response: Political and Investment Implications

Clement K. Miller, CFA |
Wilmington Wire
CatEyePerspective

July 22, 2020—Once the epicenter of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Europe is taking significant fiscal actions to support European Union (EU) efforts to climb out of a deep recession. These actions come on the heels of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) emergency monetary initiatives.

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