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The case for emerging markets

Emerging markets (EM) have been growing rapidly in recent years. In fact, they now contribute over 50% of global growth and are expected to contribute over 60% by 2022. Once dominated by agriculture and heap manufacturing, EM countries are today home to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies and most innovative companies.

01 June 2021 | Fidelity International
China's EV industry set for even faster growth

China's EV industry set for even faster growth

While most of the decarbonisation focus has been on the US or Europe, China should not be forgotten. The country has committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2060, with "eco-friendly" cars estimated to jump from 6% to all auto sales by 2035. Which companies will be the winners?

27 May 2021 | Fidelity International
Podcast: The real workhorse of Asia Pacific

Podcast: The real workhorse of Asia Pacific

China might dominate headlines but there's a lot more to Asia Pacific than a single country. We're talking developed economies with well-established capital markets benefiting from proximity to the world's productivity powerhouses with special guest Paul Taylor.

18 May 2021 | Paul Taylor, Catherine Yeung
The trend that will turbocharge emerging markets

The trend that will turbocharge emerging markets

Emerging markets are soaring off the back of the COVID-19 recovery, but there are a few consumer trends that are here to stay. One trend is a cut above the rest. Emerging markets have reached a point of discerning tastes and a hunt for quality and it's this behaviour that will transform the sector.

18 March 2021 | Fidelity International
EM set to stir broader interest

EM set to stir broader interest

With investment returns from traditional equities and bonds challenged in the current environment, and with many emerging market economies reopening faster than their developed world peers post COVID-19 shutdown, the case for investing in these jurisdictions has never been stronger. But finding the opportunities at a country, sector and individual stock level requires selectivity and time in the market.

10 March 2021 | Alex Duffy
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