Investors Funneling Billions of Dollars into Emerging Market ETFs

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Furthermore, traders grew more optimistic over the emerging market outlook ahead of the sit down between President Xi Jinping and Donald Trump on hopes of a resolution to the escalating trade war between China and the U.S. Daniel Morris at BNP Paribas Asset Management argued that the smallest steps to resolving the trade dispute would be a welcomed relief.

“A softer tone expected from the Fed, a possible trade detente at the G-20 meeting and expectations of a weaker dollar in 2019 are key positive themes,” Greg Lesko, a money manager at Deltec Asset Management, told Bloomberg. “Plus, the market is down so much.”

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