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Tag Archives: S&P Emerging BMI

Oct 18, 2022

Despite a Bumpy Start to 2022, Latin America Outperforms Most Global Markets in Q3 and YTD

What a year it is turning out to be for Latin American equities. Despite the turbulence of the past three quarters, Latin America has been resilient. As shown in Exhibit 1, the S&P 500® and S&P Emerging BMI have declined in every quarter of 2022 and have lost more than 20% each YTD as of…

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Oct 17, 2022

The S&P China 500 Dropped 20.3% in Q3 2022 as China Equities Caught Up with The Global Sell-Off

The S&P China 500 saw its largest quarterly drawdown in seven years, declining 20.3% in Q3 2022. While Chinese equities outperformed their global and emerging market counterparts in Q2, they significantly underperformed in Q3 and have now caught up with 2022’s global market downturn, with the S&P China 500 now in the red 29.4% YTD….

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Nov 30, 2021

The Fed Is Doing What It Can – Will Emerging Markets Suffer What They Must?

                                        “The dollar is our currency, but it’s your problem.” Former U.S. Treasury Secretary John Connally (Feb. 27, 1917 – June 15, 1993) When John Connally uttered the famous words above, exactly 50 years ago today…

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May 19, 2021

Political Risk: Why It Matters

International opportunities to diversify equity allocations are increasing, along with globalization, and as a result, political risk matters now more than ever. More so, the interplay of macroeconomic policymaking and government instability continues to have far-reaching effects in political risk, augmenting the uncertainty that goes hand in hand with allocating to emerging markets. Mindful of…

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Sep 24, 2020

China A-Share Inclusion – An Update One Year Later

As we mark the one-year anniversary of the initial inclusion of China A-shares in S&P DJI’s global benchmarks, it seems an opportune time to provide an update on key developments relating to A-share inclusion and to examine the impact that A-shares have had on the composition and performance of the S&P Emerging BMI over the…

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Sep 17, 2020

What Would Emerging Markets Be Without China?

In the first decade of the 2000s, the U.S. and other developed countries fell behind emerging market equities by a wide margin, and they lagged China’s markets in particular: the S&P China BMI grew by 600% in the first decade of the new millennium. The 2010s saw a reversal of fortunes for broad-based emerging market…

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Jul 17, 2020

Why Should You Diversify?

When international stock returns lag, investors may feel tempted to double down on their home market. Historical data suggests the long-term benefits of diversifying globally. With US stocks outperforming non-US stocks in recent years, some investors have again turned their attention toward the role that global diversification plays in their portfolios. In the five-year period…

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Apr 3, 2020

China: An Unlikely Stabilizer in Emerging Markets

As investors grapple with the economic fallout of COVID-19 and seek to understand its impact, China has become an unexpected stabilizing force in emerging markets. Despite being the epicenter of the outbreak, Chinese equities have experienced lower volatility, minimal currency fluctuation, and less exposure to falling oil prices in the recent market environment in comparison…

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Dec 19, 2019

Emerging Markets: Enter the Dragon

The 2010s proved to be a disappointing decade for the S&P Emerging BMI, at least in relative terms. With a few weeks to go until the finish line, the index stands at a total return of 50% in U.S. dollars, compared with 160% for the S&P Developed BMI, as of Dec. 16, 2019. Although emerging…

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Jul 11, 2019

S&P China 500 Declined 2.8% in Q2 2019; Gains Stood at 20.2% YTD

The S&P China 500 declined 2.8% in Q2 2019, as the U.S.-China trade tensions and threat of company sanctions weighed on returns, even as expectations for eased tensions improved. The decline followed the 23.6% Q1 2019 surge in the index, ultimately leading to overall healthy gains of 20.2% YTD. Chinese stocks generally lagged global benchmarks…

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