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SOURCE S&P Capital IQ
NEW YORK, Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing the importance of global emerging markets and investors' heightened focus on them, S&P Capital IQ, a leading provider of multi-asset class data, research and analytics, has recently completed research on the historical drivers of return in emerging markets and developed a new stock picking model that leverages these insights. This research, authored by Temi Oyeniyi, Li Ma and Vivian Ning, follows the introduction earlier this year of a set of global stock selection models for developed markets. For a copy of S&P Capital IQ's latest research report, "Obtaining and Edge in the Emerging Markets," produced by the firm's quantamental research unit, click here.
"For Investors concerned about how to position their portfolios given the recent sell-off in emerging markets, our research suggests that the strongest signals for generating excess returns in these periods are those that measure how efficiently a company uses its capital and also how "cheap" the security is relative to its peers," stated Dave Pope, Managing Director and Editor of the report. "Stocks with a high return on equity, low to moderate leverage and attractive valuation multiples have historically performed better than the broad emerging market universe when emerging markets have lagged developed markets significantly," added Mr. Pope.
"Some of the key findings our research uncovered were that valuation and quality strategies were the most effective within emerging markets over the study period (January 2002 – September 2013)," said Temi Oyeniyi, Director at S&P Capital IQ and one of the authors of the report. "Overall, the model generated an annualized equal-weighted top quintile excess return of 11% within the broad based S&P BMI Emerging Market Index, and performance was identical when we restricted our universe to the largest 50% of names by dollar market capitalization in the index," added Mr. Oyeniyi.
Other findings in the S&P Capital IQ emerging markets report include:
S&P Capital IQ's quantamental research focuses on actionable investment strategies for global equity investors. The audience for its research includes US and global buy-side, hedge fund, family office, and high net worth investors.
About S&P Capital IQ
S&P Capital IQ, a business line of McGraw-Hill Financial (NYSE:MHFI), is a leading provider of multi-asset class and real time data, research and analytics to institutional investors, investment and commercial banks, investment advisors and wealth managers, corporations and universities around the world. We provide a broad suite of capabilities designed to help track performance, generate alpha, and identify new trading and investment ideas, and perform risk analysis and mitigation strategies. Through leading desktop solutions such as the S&P Capital IQ, Global Credit Portal and MarketScope Advisor desktops; enterprise solutions such as S&P Capital IQ Valuations; and research offerings, including Leveraged Commentary & Data, Global Markets Intelligence, and company and funds research, S&P Capital IQ sharpens financial intelligence into the wisdom today's investors need. For more information visit: www.spcapitaliq.com.
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