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Global funds invest assets without any limitations for geographic, economic or sector criteria. Their equity holdings are typically well diversified and could be adjusted according to changes in manager's macroeconomic outlook.
North America is the largest and most developed equity market of the world, providing opportunities to invest into funds with focus on wide range of styles, sectors and market capitalizations.
European Union is the largest economy of the world, providing opportunities for Investment fund managers to focus either on Europe-wide, country, sector, or currency specific equities.
Asia-Pacific region equity markets are dominated by Japanese and Australian equities, which provided their economic impact on the rest of the world, offer appealing diversification opportunities for global investors.
Funds with global developed market focus invest assets predominantly into financial markets of OECD countries. Stable socio-economic environments of these countries typically appeal for risk-averse investors.
Asian countries are the fastest growing markets of the world, allowing investors to capture the economic progress of the nations expected to dominate the world economic scene over next several decades.
Latin American countries are known for their commodity exporting capacities and growing consumer base, making them an attractive destination for investors with above-average risk-aversion levels.
Central and Eastern Europe is up and coming geographic region with an attractive prospects for catching up with the more developed economies of Western Europe.
Russia has been a known destination for brave investors willing to accept increased levels of market risk in return for above-average expected returns. As the country’s economy continues to expand, Russia is expected to take more dominant role in the world’s global economy.
Middle Eastern countries (along with Northern Africa) are a distinct investment subject which gained popularity as the world’s eyes turned to securing energy supplies from these oil-rich countries. Future growth of these regions, however, is mostly expected to come from increasing consumer base and evolving standards of living.
Funds with global emerging market focus invest assets predominantly into financial markets of less-developed nations of the world, which are expected to maintain above-average growth rate in the future.
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