Returning from a recent research trip to China, Ewan Thompson and Ruth Chambers highlight the key macro drivers and how these are informing the Neptune Emerging Markets Fund. They also discuss the stronger US dollar and its impact on the broader emerging markets, as well as their outlook for H218.
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Ewan Thompson is Fund Manager of the Neptune Emerging Markets Fund and Ruth Chambers is Fund Manager of the Neptune China Fund
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