The spillover effects of tightening monetary policy in the U.S. continue to hit emerging markets, as higher rates here make funding costs rise there, and make risky assets, in general, less attractive. Coupled with the current path of “de-globalization” vis a vis the trade war, and the spread between emerging market and developed market economic growth is narrowing.

Amundi’s Head of Emerging Markets, Yerlan Syzdykov, discusses his current view on emerging markets in the video below. While he continues to see robust economic growth over the long haul, he believes investors should remain cautious in the short-term, and not yet buy into recent stock market declines.

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