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He also expected this to enhance growth in other relative sectors, including real estate and construction.
TRANSITION ECONOMIES WITH FIXED RELATIVE SECTOR SIZES
According to Mr Mark Otty, 'These changing perceptions of relative sector attractiveness in Africa reflect the changing fundamentals of many Africa economies: the diversification of both sources of growth (for example, the increasing contribution of services and the growing consumer class), and of the actual FDI flowing into these economies.
This empirical foot-print of sector rotation has strong predictive power for the evolution of the economy, future stock returns, and future bond returns, even after controlling for relative sector returns.
Users can access a broad range of industry-specific aggregate financials, charts, graphs, transactions, events, news, and Key Developments as well as relative sector performance.
Jackson takes a bottom-up approach to stock picking, but he also uses target pricing and proprietary screens to determine relative sector weightings.
The team actively trades around interest-rate volatility, relative sector attractiveness, and yield-curve positioning.
Benchmark relative sector weightings remain largely unchanged from the prior month; however, we have moved from an overweight position in telecoms to a neutral weight relative to the Russell 1000 Value Index.