Natixis chief economist dissects investor behaviour in IFR

When considering a particular asset, investors need to weigh up risk versus reward. Yet in the case of emerging markets and peripheral eurozone countries, investors seem to openly disregard structural economic problems in favour of achieving a more diversified portfolio. Patrick Artus, chief economist at Natixis, explores this notion of wilful ignorance – and the reasons why such behaviour has become the norm – in an article for International Financing Review.

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