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Rethinking the emerging market asset class

It may no longer be a sufficiently useful and accurate catch-all classification for investors

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GLOBAL MATTERS: Russia President Vladimir Putin at a rally in Moscow to mark one year since the annexation of Crimea. Investor attitudes will tend to be overly influenced by news, for better or for worse, from a few big markets (Brazil and Russia come to mind) as well as by the impact of advanced country central banks on the flow of tourist capital.

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THE concept of an "emerging-markets asset class" (EM) may no longer be a sufficiently useful and accurate catch-all classification for investors.

The implications of this shift are important given the concept's pervasive influence on asset allocation methodologies,

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