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Emerging market stocks are earning back investor confidence. Considering the muted volatility of the broad North American stock market, evidence of a blooming sector rotation to overseas equity risk is a welcome technical signal for investors. In U.S. dollar terms, Brazilian equities are outperforming U.S. equities by 13 per cent since the end of January. Southeast Asian markets - Indonesia, Thailand, and Philippines in particular - are also setting a much better pace than U.S. stocks.
But should investors be jumping on these stocks now? Timing is everything for active traders, but is now the time for investors with a longer trade horizon? Even the impressive spring rally that has propelled Brazilian stocks is not convincing enough when measured against the backdrop of a bearish long-term trend. The markers of more promising return expectations in the immediate future are not yet in place. For more conservative investors there is no need to jump on these risky markets yet.
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- Banco Santander-Chile$18.40+0.11(+0.60%)
- Telefonica Brasil SA$11.53-0.20(-1.71%)
- Companhia Energetica de Minas Gerais CEMIG$1.44-0.02(-1.37%)
- Morgan Stanley Emerging Markets Debt Fund Inc$9.12+0.02(+0.22%)
- Schwab Emerging Markets Equity ETF$20.11+0.19(+0.95%)
- Ultrapar Participacoes SA$19.62-0.11(-0.56%)
- VanEck Vectors Indonesia Index ETF$19.52+0.28(+1.46%)
- Latam Airlines Group SA$6.26+0.08(+1.29%)
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