Since Narendra Modi won power last May, India’s markets have been surging. That’s set to continue. John Stepek looks at what’s behind the growth, and why it’s worth buying in.
The Nigerian election has been postponed, raising fears of renewed civil conflict. That leaves Nigeria on the brink of a crisis, says Simon Wilson.
A corruption scandal at the national oil company has frightened away investors. Andrew Van Sickle looks at two cheap funds to buy into Brazil.
Should you try to invest in countries that are likely to see high GDP growth, or in markets that are cheap?
Korea’s listed companies are notoriously stingy with their dividends, but change is in the air.
It’s been a bad time to invest in Singapore over the last few years. And it’s going to get worse as its neighbours lure investors and companies away. Lars Henriksson explains why.
A reformed India is starting to look much more appealing to investors. Professional stock picker David Park tips three companies to profit.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has suffered a serious setback in Dehli’s state election.
With greed, corruption, and now a huge drought, negativity around Brazil has reached fever pitch. That might make it a good time to invest, says James McKeigue.
Booming emerging markets are heading for straitened times – but there are still profits to be made, says Jonathan Compton.
China’s growth rate slipped to a 24-year low of 7.4% in 2014 – and it’s heading lower still.