Brown Brothers Harriman: Emerging Markets Preview for the Week Ahead

EM and most risk assets came under pressure last week as rising virus numbers and weak economic data outweighed the favorable liquidity backdrop. This week brings preliminary PMI readings for much of the world, with further improvement from May expected. Some countries and states will continue to ease lockdowns this week, while Beijing struggles to contain an outbreak. The liquidity backdrop remains support for risk assets, but the tug of war between improved economic data and worsening virus numbers is likely to continue for the time being.

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Win Thin is the Global Head of Emerging Markets Strategy and has over 25 years of investment experience. He has a broad international background with a special interest in developing markets. Prior to joining BBH in June 2007, he founded Mandalay Advisors, an independent research firm that provided sovereign emerging market analysis to institutional investors. Prior to that, Win was a vice president and international economist, covering major emerging markets in Asia and Latin America for Alliance Capital Management

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