A lot of macro data around the world last night into the early morning and while European data missed the mark, China delivered. China continues to deliver and the implications are positive for the commodity space. Meanwhile, the Fed may be asleep at the switch when it comes to inflationary pressures.
Emerging Money Daily Call Preview June 10 – on today’s call were given you fresh updates in the fertilizer that’s been long and profitable and we actually think the fundamentals are improving.
Over the last three months and from the lows set back in early February, the Emerging Money Country Allocator Index (EMCAI) has outperformed the benchmark MSCI.
Emerging Market Funds (combined ETF and non-ETF) squeaked out another positive week for the week ending May 28th to now have strung together an impressive run.
Last night, Tim was on CNBC Asia talking about China and reiterating that China is not a macro call as much as you are looking for bottom consumption plays.
We have made changes to our Emerging Money Global Index to reflect changes in underlying prices of the components based upon our view of the remaining 2Q investment and allocation dynamics for these multinational companies who count EM as key to their revenue and growth vision.