JPMorgan says emerging markets are ‘under owned,’ stocks could rally as much as 20%

  • JPMorgan’s Joyce Chang says stocks in emerging markets may rise as much 20% in 2021 after being largely ignored by investors this year.
  • In particular, the firm sees opportunities for stocks in Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea as well as Thailand.
  • Besides China and India, many other emerging markets have been shunned by investors in 2020 as they largely flocked toward safety.

JPMorgan likes emerging markets ex-China, sees 20% upside for stocks in 2021

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SINGAPORE — JPMorgan says stocks in emerging markets may rise as much 20% in 2021 after being largely ignored by investors this year.

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“I think emerging markets are very under owned as we see in the markets rally,” Joyce Chang, chair of global research at JPMorgan, told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” on Thursday.

Besides China and India, many other emerging markets have been shunned by investors in 2020 as they

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YouTube TV Is Losing Another Sports Channel Owned by Sinclair

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Well, it looks like YouTube TV is losing another sports channel.

YouTube’s live TV service for cord-cutters informed subscribers by email this week that they will no longer have access to the Tennis Channel, a Sinclair-owned media property. The company told users that beginning Monday, they won’t be able to stream the channel live “or access any content that you have recorded from the Tennis Channel” through YouTube TV.

A spokesperson for YouTube told Gizmodo in a statement by email that the company’s agreement with Sinclair to carry the channel expired at the end of November.

“Our goal with YouTube TV is to offer you the content you love, delivered the way you want,” the spokesperson said. “Unfortunately, our agreement with the Tennis Channel has expired and starting November 30, this channel will no longer be available to our members. We regret the inconvenience this

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