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Schroders urges investors to keep faith with emerging markets

Schroders is urging investors to keep faith in emerging markets because they still represent an attractive long-term investment.


But the fund manager says investors should continue to view emerging markets as a riskier more volatile investment compared with the more stable markets of Europe and the US expected throughout 1999.


It believes that the year 2000 will be a calmer year for the markets and that the expected privatisation programmes in the emerging markets and improved access to share offerings for international investors makes them attractive long-term prospects.

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