HONG KONG--(Marketwire -05/16/12)- This morning, www.MarketFoundations.com announced new reports highlighting BlackRock International Growth and Inco (BGY) and China Fund Inc. (The) (CHN). Free research downloads are available at www.MarketFoundations.com/index.php?coa=BGY&cob=CHN.
Economic fundamentals leading into 2012 have set a generally positive pace with GDP growth likely to pick up through the coming year. However, there are several important caveats to note as the world economy continues to face headwinds and risks weigh to the downside. Positive outlooks are conditional on fiscal policy in payroll taxes and unemployment insurance benefits and upon the easing of the European debt situation. A repeat of volatility experience in 2011 is likely in 2012, as perceptions about the strength of the U.S. economy and the euro zone will vary over time as events unfold.
Despite the current situation, our team continues to identify high momentum situations with growth potential -- there remains strong opportunity within careful discretion.
Market Foundations is releasing new coverage on BlackRock International Growth and Inco for its current position within the financial industry. BlackRock International Growth and Income Trust (the Trust) is a diversified, closed-end management investment company. The Trust's investment objective is to provide current income and current gains, with a secondary objective of long-term capital appreciation. The full research report on BlackRock International Growth and Inco (BGY) is available here: www.MarketFoundations.com/index.php?coa=BGY.
Market Foundations has released research on China Fund Inc. (The) for its changing role within the financial industry. The China Fund, Inc. (the Fund) is a non-diversified, closed-end management investment company. The full research report on China Fund Inc. (The) (CHN) is available here: www.MarketFoundations.com/index.php?cob=CHN.
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