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Emerging Markets Show a Quiet Resilience

Writing for Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets, Andrew Ness, Portfolio Manager for Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity looks at various Emerging Market economies.  In this article, Ness encourages readers to consider each market independently when making investment decisions.

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IMF names Kristalina Georgieva as new head

Economist Kristalina Georgieva of Bulgaria has been tapped to succeed Christine Lagarde as managing director of the IMF.  She is the first managing director of the IMF from an emerging economy.

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Creating A Sustainable Economy

Will nations collaborate to stave off climate change and create a sustainable economy?  That is the topic of discussion at the 2019 Climate Change Summit held recently at UN headquarters in New York.  It is also a topic lately examined by Dr. Julie Gorte, Senior Vice President of Sustainable Investing at Pax World Funds.

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UN Climate Action Summit 2019

This link as published by the United Nations details all the different components of the UN’s 2019 Climate Action Summit.  Particulars include the September 21st Youth Summit and the full weekend’s agenda.

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Meet Teen Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

In this video, CNN journalist Bill Weir speaks with environmental activist Greta Thunberg. The interview sheds light on Greta’s background and her valiant work to help address the very real threat of climate change.

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Changes to the Emerging Markets Club: China (A Shares), Argentina and Saudi Arabia

There have been recent changes in the Emerging Markets Indexes.  Writing for Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets, Dina Ting and Louis Hsu look at the Chinese, Agentinian and Saudi Arabian economies.

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The Groucho Marx Theory of Efficient Markets

The Efficient Market Hypothesis was developed by Nobel Prize winner Professor Eugene Fama in the 1970s.  This recent article published in Kellogg Insight by Professor Mitchell Petersen of the Kellogg School of Management looks closely at the mechanics of Efficient Markets.

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What a Yield-Curve Inversion Really Says About the U.S. Economy

Can the yield-curve really predict the economic future?  Writing for Bloomberg Businessweek, Peter Coy looks at the yield-curve and what it means in the current financial and political landscape.

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Preparing Brexit: No Deal

A thoughtful piece published by the “Institute for Government” (a UK think tank) that goes into great detail to help explain the ramifications and fallout of a “No Deal” Brexit result.

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BBC’s Brexit Website

The BBC has put together this compilation of relevant news and articles which includes the most current information on the status of Brexit.

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