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Submerging emerging markets bad news for advisers

InvestmentNews.com

Wed, 12 Jun 2013

Prices for emerging market stocks have taking a beating in 2013. That could be bad news for clients, given that the majority of advisers polled by InvestmentNews in January said they planned to up their investments in the sector.

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