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FP Carmignac Emerging Markets

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FP Carmignac Emerging Markets fund performance

Performance Overview

Data as of:  19 Jun 2024.

Calendar Year Performance (as %)

Calendar Year Performance (as %)

Data as of:  14 Jun 2024.
FP Carmignac Emerging Markets - A GBP ACC
Comparator Benchmark: MSCI EM (USD) (Reinvested net dividends)
FP Carmignac Emerging Markets A GBP ACC+6.8 %-15.3 %+52.3 %-
Comparator Benchmark+9.2 %-6.0 %+19.6 %-
Category Average+9.2 %-9.5 %+14.0 %-
Ranking (quartile)131-
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Source: Carmignac at 14/06/2024.

Statistics (%)

These measures are used to assess a Fund's risk-adjusted performance. A well-performing Fund should ideally have a solid return (measured by the Sharpe ratio and alpha) relative to its risk (measured by volatility), while being well aligned with market expectations (measured by beta relative to the reference indicator).


Data as of:  31 May 2024.
Fund+16.9 %+18.7 %+18.7 %
Comparator Benchmark+14.3 %+15.5 %+15.4 %

Calculation : Weekly basis

Comparator Benchmark: MSCI EM (USD) (Reinvested net dividends)
Source: Carmignac at 31 May 2024.

Comments from the Investment Team

Read the Investment team's analysis below.

FP Carmignac Emerging Markets Monthly comments

Data as of:  31 May 2024.
The Investment team
[Management Team] [Author] Hovasse Xavier

Xavier Hovasse

Head of Emerging Equities, Fund Manager
[Management Team] [Author] Li-Labbe Haiyan

Haiyan Li-Labbé

Fund Manager

Market Environment

  • China’s weak economy remains a burden, as reflected in the publication of lower retail sales and a fall in the NBS manufacturing index.

  • May was also notable for elections in a number of countries (India, South Africa and Mexico), which seem to have increased regional volatility.

  • Brazil’s central bank cut its key interest rate by 25 bps, as opposed to the 50 bps that had been expected, weighing on the national currency and markets.

  • Emerging markets were down over the month as China and Brazil underperformed.

Performance Commentary

  • The Fund posted a negative return in May, as did its reference indicator.

  • MercadoLibre of Brazil was the main contributor to the Fund’s performance after it published good results for the last quarter.

  • The Fund’s most costly positions were in South Korea: Hyundai Motor, Samsung Electronics and LG Chem.

  • Latin American stocks such as Eletrobras, Grupo Banorte and Equatorial Energia were down too.

Outlook and Investment Strategy

  • We are keeping a significant allocation to Chinese markets, taking advantage of market inefficiencies and the upside potential for companies with strong balance sheets and valuations that do not fully reflect their fundamentals.

  • After Chinese stocks rallied, we took some profits on stocks that had performed well, like Miniso, New Oriental.

  • We increased our exposure to Vipshop, which is lagging well behind other internet stocks and is now one of our top 10 positions.

  • Before the announcement of India’s election results, we also strengthened our position in real estate management company Embassy Office Parks.

  • We are remaining exposed to Latin America, and Mexico in particular, which is benefitting from structural trends such as reindustrialisation in North America.

  • We are keeping a concentrated portfolio balanced between growth and discounted stocks, with a particular emphasis on valuations and sustainability criteria.

Reference to certain securities and financial instruments is for illustrative purposes to highlight stocks that are or have been included in the portfolios of funds in the Carmignac range. This is not intended to promote direct investment in those instruments, nor does it constitute investment advice. The Management Company is not subject to prohibition on trading in these instruments prior to issuing any communication. The portfolios of Carmignac funds may change without previous notice.
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