The situation in Turkey is a perfect example of why investors in emerging markets need to be keenly aware of politics, says John Stepek.
The Nigerian government has bowed to the inevitable and scrapped its currency peg to the US dollar.
We could soon see some particularly unloved markets come back into fashion, says David C Stevenson. Chief among them is Vietnam.
Not long ago, Poland was still the darling of emerging markets. Not so much anymore, says Andrew Van Sickle.
Index provider MSCI’s admittance of China’s domestic stockmarket into its emerging-market indices would be a small but symbolic move.
The slump in oil prices has badly dented growth in Venezuela, but the damage is also self-inflicted.
A peaceful, slumbering dragon? Think again, economist and commentator George Magnus tells Merryn Somerset Webb.
Rising demand is underpinning the rebound in oil prices. The most eye-catching rise has been in India, which according to the International Energy Agency has eclipsed China as the main growth market for oil.
The slide in the oil price has blown a hole in Saudi Arabia’s budget with the deficit reaching 15% of GDP last year.
Disturbing developments in Bangladesh suggest the country is turning into an authoritarian state. Simon Wilson reports.
Brazil is so cheap that the current imbroglio is priced in – and its long-term potential makes it well worth a look.