The GDP in Korea is driven by private consumption and investment. The earnings growth outlook is slow after a rebound in 2015. Korea’s ROE is weak at less than 10%. Valuations are below book value and there is great price and earnings momentum. Risk is high as is volatility. In 2Q16 the best performing sector was Health Care and the worst performing was Energy.
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