Investors Like How BRICs Stack Up
The world’s second-largest economy is showing signs of a pickup in growth, which is starting to trickle through to markets in the rest of the BRICS—Brazil, Russia and India. Some investors are wagering that these countries stand to reap substantial economic benefits from faster growth in China due to the close trade ties within the group.
Led by rising demand for Chinese stocks and bonds, BRIC markets have outperformed their emerging-market peers. Over the past three months, the MSCI BRIC index has returned 5.8% compared with the broader MSCI EM index’s 4.9% as of last Friday. Both track stock markets.
Brazilian and Russian local debt, Chinese and Indian equities and the Indian rupee and Russian ruble are particularly attractive and could see the greatest upside from a growing China. India is posed for a great bounce back with valuations being at record lows it will not be uncommon to see 15-30% returns in the next one to two years.
The Excel BRIC Fund offers investors access to the future leading economies with an management team with over 15 years experience this fund is set to deliver great returns and provide much needed diversification to Canadian Investors. The Excel BRIC fund offers an active management and growth companies that are not readily available through ETF’s. The time is now with record low evaluations and capital appreciation from local currencies that all investors hold a position in BRIC nations.
Written by Sam A.
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