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Top Emerging Market Currency Picks: Indian Rupee, Turkish Lira, Mexican Peso
Radio Feature 38: Bart Turtelboom in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Thursday, February 02, 2012
- Fonds’12, Zurich

radio Bart Turtelboom is managing director and co-head of global emerging markets at GLG Partners.
Amongst others, he has been an economist at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, and as a director at Deutsche Bank, he was responsible for covering its large clients in emerging markets.
In a “live” interview he shares why be believes emerging market currencies amongst all the risky assets in the world are "if not the most compelling", certainly one of the most compelling investment opportunities in 2012. Why his top picks are the Indian Rupee, Turkish Lira and Mexican Peso. He elaborates on whether inflation poses a threat, and shares his take on the likely timeframe and process to be followed in the internationalisation of the Chinese Yuan.

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Top Emerging Market Currency Picks: Indian Rupee, Turkish Lira, Mexican Peso

Duration: 05:57 

 

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  • Q1 - Why invest in global emerging market currencies?

    Duration: 01:59 


  • Q2 - How should investors go about investing in global emerging market currencies?

    Duration: 00:36 


  • Q3 - Is this “the right time” to invest in emerging market currencies?

    Duration: 01:01 


  • Q4 - Favourite currency pairs?

    Duration: 01:14 


  • Q5 - Doesn't inflation pose a threat?

    Duration: 00:33 


  • Q6 - The internationalisation of the Chinese Yuan?

    Duration: 00:31 



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