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Dedicated to Emerging Markets

Ashmore is a specialist Emerging Markets investment manager with over twenty years' experience in these markets. Today we continue to innovate, offering new strategies that provide an opportunity for investors to participate in Emerging Markets.
About us

About us

Based in London, the business was founded in 1992 as part of the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group.
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ESG

Ashmore has long recognised the importance of sustainability and the impact of its investments.
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Our Awards

We are proud to be recognised in the industry and to be shown recognition for our performance and success.
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Our capabilities

Ashmore is a specialist Emerging Markets investment manager with over twenty years’ experience in these markets. Ashmore focuses on a number of investment themes which include External Debt, Local Currency, Corporate Debt, Equities and Alternatives. This section is for information only and some of these investment themes may not be available through mutual funds in your country.

Latest Insights

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Weekly investor research

Rising policy uncertainty. Georgieva should stay, Powell may go

A number of senior politicians had their financial affairs exposed by the release of the Pandora Papers, while the managing director of the IMF, Kristalina Georgieva, is under pressure after a report unveiled minor irregularities.
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Weekly investor research

EM manufacturing PMI increased, DM declined

Emerging Markets (EM) Manufacturing PMI converged towards Developed Markets (DM). Brazilian exporters are hoarding US Dollars abroad due to political uncertainty. Chile’s Lower House approved another redemption from the pension system.
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Ashmore’s China Market Update & Emerging Markets Outlook

Ashmore’s Deputy Head of Research, Gustavo Medeiros, discusses China’s recent policy decisions and potential implications along with the broader outlook for the Emerging Markets.
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The Emerging View

China’s new development strategy: greener, less unequal, more sustainable

The country’s leadership has designed a new development model, based on a ‘common prosperity’ philosophy, aimed at modernising the economy.
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Weekly investor research

Developed Market central banks tighten monetary policy as China injects liquidity

DM central banks face a challenging trade-off between anchoring buoyed inflation back to their targets just as economic activity starts to slowdown, according to the latest PMI surveys.
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Weekly investor research

EM inflation still subdued as food prices likely to decline into year-end

Emerging Markets consumer prices index (CPI) inflation remains subdued as food prices are likely to decline into year-end. Primary issuance of Eurobonds increased last week. China announced further capital account liberalisation.