– Paul Espinosa explains that the Growth and Income Fund avoided headline risks in China related to real estate developers and the government crackdown on industries such as education. However, holdings in South Korea suffered, likely from anticipation of a global slowdown in GDP.
- Daniel Duncan, Managing Director, Business Development and Client Services
- Paul Espinosa, Portfolio Manager
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- Source: J.P. Morgan, “Emerging Markets Equity Strategy Steering Board,” 24 June 2021.
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