Amundi data forecasts US stocks to underperform, Emerging Markets to shine

US stocks will make the second-lowest returns of all major markets over the next decade, according to data from Amundi, which forecasts expected returns over 10 years based on current valuations.

The big winner is emerging markets, where Amundi has retained its slight preference versus developed peers, although she warned that performance can be volatile.

“Within the emerging market basket, we anticipate a shift in preferences, as potential growth will be driven by countries other than China,” Gisimundo said.

Indeed, Amundi has added an emerging market excluding China index for the first time into its analysis, which is expected to make 7.1% per annum, bolstered by India, which is the highest returning market on the list at 7.4%.

Fidelity Emerging Markets Limited (LON:FEML) is an investment trust that aims to achieve long-term capital growth from an actively managed portfolio made up primarily of securities and financial instruments providing exposure to emerging markets companies, both listed and unlisted.

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