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Emerging Markets: Minding Their Own Business

Global Concentrated Equity

Global Core Equity

Investing in a low yield environment

The Return Potential of Emerging Markets

ESG: Go Beyond the Balance Sheet

Can Emerging Markets Overcome Risks from America?

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AllianceBernstein L.P.
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  • mindboggled why your brain makes bad investing decisions

    Mindboggled: Why Your Brain Makes Bad Investing Decisions

    White papersWed, 24 Jan 2018

    AllianceBernstein portfolio manager Stuart Rae explains how lessons from classic behavioural finance studies can help investors improve the choices they make today.

  • follow the earnings to emerging equity stars

    Follow the Earnings to Emerging Equity Stars

    White papersMon, 20 Nov 2017

    Emerging market equities have had a great run recently. But don’t buy EM stocks indiscriminately. Focus on company earnings over macroeconomic trends to find stocks that have stronger return potential with reduced risk.

  • the science and art of multi asset investing

    The Science and Art of Multi-Asset Investing

    White papersMon, 20 Nov 2017

    Generating consistent returns under uncertain conditions is a challenge. Can multi-asset strategies make the job a little easier? We think so. But a lot depends on how they’re designed.

  • bond market prepares for qe in reverse

    Bond Market Prepares for QE in Reverse

    White papersMon, 20 Nov 2017

    After a relatively quiet third quarter, bond markets are ripe for some volatility and bigger waves as major central banks begin to unwind quantitative easing. For global bond investors, that could lead to new opportunities. But for now, with valuations in many sectors stretched, it pays to be selective.

  • will ecb tapering trigger market tantrum

    Will ECB Tapering Trigger Market Tantrum?

    White papersTue, 17 Oct 2017

    The European Central Bank is widely expected to announce a winding down of its quantitative easing program on October 26. Though investors are nervous, the ECB is doing a good job preparing markets for the change.

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