It’s been a nasty year for emerging markets, but valuations are starting to look appealing.
Articles written by Andrew Van Sickle
Since oil prices fell out of their trading range of around $100 a barrel last year, “lower for longer” has been the catchphrase in the market, says Andrew Van Sickle.
It’s looking like the European Central Bank is gearing up to increase the pace of its European money-printing programme.
Technical changes, such as rejigging an index, can play an important part in setting commodities prices.
Japan is in recession for the fifth time in seven years, says Andrew Van Sickle. But things are not as bad as they seem.
The annual rate of consumer price inflation (CPI) held steady at -0.1% in October, the lowest since 1960.
The notoriously inefficient and divided Italy has managed to drive through a huge reform of its parliament.
The Brics bubble has officially burst 14 years after then Goldman Sachs economist Jim O’Neill coined the acronym for the emerging markets.
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi will address a crowd of 60,0000 British Indians at Wembley Stadium.
The first rise in US interest rates in almost a decade may be upon us after last week’s US employment data beat expectations.