|Tales From the Emerging World • 17-Nov-2023
Jitania Kandhari, Amol Rajesh
Despite growth in EV sales, oil demand has continued to increase over the past decade. With increased supply discipline and very attractive shareholder returns, we see a compelling outlook for oil prices and energy equities, Jitania Kandhari and Amol Rajesh of the Emerging Markets Equity Team explain.
|Tales From the Emerging World • 24-Oct-2023
Jitania Kandhari, Amay Hattangadi
Healthcare in emerging markets is underpenetrated, and as income levels rise, there is growing demand for better insurance providers and healthcare services. Private hospital groups, insurance companies and medical tourism providers can expect pockets of growth in response to these changing dynamics. Amay Hattangadi and Jitania Kandhari of the Emerging Markets Equity team explore.
|Tales From the Emerging World • 29-Aug-2023
Jitania Kandhari, Audrey Muhirwa
While U.S. residential market dynamics are favorable with strong employment and low loan delinquencies, real estate in other developed economies faces vulnerabilities. China’s struggling property market remains a drag on its economy, but in many other emerging economies increased affordability, shifts in global trade and limited supply will create opportunities explains Jitania Kandhari, Head of Macro & Thematic Research, Emerging Markets Equity Team.
|Tales From the Emerging World • 03-Aug-2023
Nigeria's new reform minded president looks to accelerate economic growth for Africa's largest economy, leading to investment opportunities targeting the rising consumer.
|Tales From the Emerging World • 24-May-2023
Paul Psaila, Uday Tharar
Brazil’s president Lula has unveiled ambitious spending plans to appease his supporters, but we believe he will moderate his tone and embrace responsible economic policies to manage the fiscal policy and allow the central bank to start cutting rates.
|Tales From the Emerging World • 03-May-2023
Eric Carlson, Candy Chao
Businesses are pushing for sustainable practices to reduce both environmental risks and operating costs, as they anticipate evolving consumer preferences and potential regulatory changes. The adoption of a circular practice shifts to a mindset of “reduce, reuse and recycle” from the “take-make-waste” model which has created a glut of waste and increasing environmental costs. Eric Carlson and Candy Chao explore.
|Tales From the Emerging World • 23-Mar-2023
Jitania Kandhari, Saumya Jain
Post-pandemic, untangling global supply chains through reshoring, friend-shoring and nearshoring has created opportunities for emerging markets like India, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Mexico. Jitania Kandhari and Saumya Jain of the Emerging Markets Equity Team explain.