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The current economic expansion, which according to the National Bureau of Economic Research began in Q3 2009, is the third longest since 1945. However, it is also one of the weakest in terms of economic growth and activity.
Interest within the U.S. institutional investor community for understanding and applying Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors to their asset pools slowed substantially as they faced the economic and financial meltdown in 2008-09. When faced with dramatic negative returns affecting markets here and around the world, being laser focused on asset allocation and portfolio structure is a natural and appropriate reaction.
Brazil’s recent struggles do not erase the long-term benefits of exposure to emerging market investing – what should investors do next?