– Andrew Foster continues to flag caution over markets as weak economic and corporate fundamentals combine with high valuations. He notes that in contrast to the broader EM, over half of the Growth and Income Fund’s constituents are expected to produce positive earnings growth this year. Lastly, Andrew expresses grave concerns for the future of economic and political freedoms in Hong Kong, given the new security law imposed by China.
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