This week FSA presents a quick comparison of two emerging markets equity products: the Aberdeen Standard Emerging Markets Equity Fund and the T Rowe Price Emerging Markets Equity Fund.
Emerging market (EM) equities are poised for a strong earnings rebound, especially quality companies capable of managing the volatility in these economies, according to Matthews Asia.
The firm is also positive on India equities, an asset class other investment managers have recently snubbed.
Investors misunderstand emerging market equities by focussing on structural growth rather than the real opportunities for generating alpha, according to Blackrock.
Distributing dividends to shareholders is a tangible signal of good governance in emerging market companies, according to JP Morgan Asset Management fund manager Omar Negyal.
Data collected by FSA shows a significant decline in sentiment toward global emerging market equities and Asia-Pacific ex-Japan equities among fund selectors in Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia.
Are emerging market small caps a better bet than the large cap counterparts that passive products focus on? Will Ballard, head of emerging market and Asia Pacific equities at Aviva, explains why he believes they are.
Emerging Asia presents opportunities for active managers to outperform index-tracking funds in the long term.
As passive products increase their market share among emerging market funds, active fund managers must outperform to justify their fees, argues a report by Cerulli Associates.
FSA compares two emerging markets small-cap funds: the Nordea 1 Emerging Markets Small Cap Fund and the Templeton Emerging Markets Smaller Companies Fund.