Emerging Far East props up returns

Garland, Lucas
January 2007
Fund Strategy;1/15/2007, p25
Trade Publication
The article reports that emerging Far East funds have dominated the global market. China, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia have pushed the Far East ex Japan and Global Emerging Markets sectors to the top of the list in November 2006. While British investors holding U.S. funds may have selected a strong performer, those who failed to hedge will not have much satisfaction with the asset allocation decisions when the impact of the exchange rates are felt.


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