Invesco: Emerging markets trend again

While interest in investing primarily in China has increased, sovereign investors, of which five are Nordic-based, feel less enchanted by Europe, a new Invesco study finds.

Alex Millar, Head of Institutional Distribution (EMEA) at Invesco. | Photo: PR / INVESCO

Emerging markets are becoming fashionable again among sovereign wealth funds, says Invesco Head of Institutional Distribution (EMEA) Alex Millar.  

There is a shift toward China, at a time when trade wars are adversely impacting equity markets, Millar adds, in a discussion on the findings of Invesco's study which was published on Monday.

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