After three years of stifled performance, there are once again signs of life for the emerging markets.
Boston, January 19, 2017 – After exhibiting promising performance prior to the global financial crisis of 2008, emerging markets rose from the ashes of global market mayhem as a haven of return yields for investors fleeing from plummeting developed market equities. This heyday, however, began to fade after a few years of outperformance, and as growth concerns and other macroeconomic pressures increased for the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa). Can recent returns and other global conditions inspire investors to reconsider the BRICS markets’ potential?
This report, the latest installment of Aite Group’s Emerging World series, reviews emerging market performance and fundamentals during the last three years and examines the potential for further recovery in 2017. Market performance and valuations are based on an amalgamation of publicly available macroeconomic data, market data, and information, and are analyzed in depth for each of the BRICS on a stand-alone basis as well as in comparison to key developed market competitors.
This 31-page Impact Note contains 32 figures and one table. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.
This report mentions Bloomberg, Bombay Stock Exchange, Bovespa, China Securities Company, DAX, Euro Stoxx, FTSE, Hang Seng, India NIFTY, Johannesburg Stock Exchange, MICEX, Moscow Exchange, MSCI, National Stock Exchange of India, Nikkei, Standard & Poors, Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, and Thomson Reuters.