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International Equities – Where Value Goes to Hide

As U.S. equities outperformed over the last decade, helped by superior earnings growth and innovation, relative valuations of international stocks have fallen steadily. In fact, the valuation differential between U.S. and international equities is at its widest since the 2008 financial crisis. With improved operating margins, beneficial structural trends, the likely capex revival, and fiscal spending, are international stocks positioned to outperform? We believe so.

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Emerging Markets, Localized Opportunities

While we are favorable on the overall outlook for emerging markets (EMs), there is a wide disparity in the pace and stage of their recoveries from economic disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While gross domestic product (GDP) expectations for all EMs decreased significantly because of the pandemic, this delta is significantly smaller for countries such as China that were among the first to experience widespread infections and implement measures to control the pandemic.

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