This edition of bne's Window on the East podcast features Jacob Grapengiesser, a founding partner at Sweden-based East Capital, a top 5 performing fund in 2016 according to MorningStar.
Russia’s stocks had an extraordinary run in 2016, returning more than 50% to investors. Grapengiesser discusses what is behind the rally, how far it has to run and what sort of stocks to invest into in 2017.
Ben Aris, Editor-in-chief, bne IntelliNews
Jacob Grapengiesser, Partner East Capital, Russian Fund manager
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