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Webinar: Emerging markets outlook 2019

Emerging markets are broader – and better – than the crisis-stricken economies that dominated newsflow in 2018. But after a year of tumult, how will emerging markets fare in 2019?

To find out more listen to the recording from our latest webinar with Gary Greenberg, Head of Hermes Emerging Markets, and Kunjal Gala, Co-Portfolio Manager.  

GEMs Webinar 2018 Review And 2019 Outlook
GEMs Webinar 2018 Review And 2019 Outlook

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