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The incentive to invest in companies that sell goods and services to consumers in emerging...

The incentive to invest in companies that sell goods and services to consumers in emerging markets has never been stronger, according to Luminous Capital's Alan Zafran. While developed nations are laden with debt and an increasingly aging populace, in emerging markets workers earnings consumer-ready wages is skyrocketing. Data from S&P tells the story, with emerging markets accounting for 50% of global economic output - but only 13% of global stock market capitalization. Population picks: Yum Brands (YUM), Unilever (UL), Nestle (NSRGY.PK), Colgate-Palmolive (CL), and Domino’s Pizza (DPZ).
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    Of the group mentioned, which one(s) does the least business in China. Long term, I don't trust them.
    28 Jun 2012, 05:32 PM Reply Like
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