Are investors getting ahead of themselves in the run-up to the presidential election in October?
China’s property market has reached a turning point. But don’t expect a Lehman-style collapse.
The Philippine government has invested heavily in development, sending the stock market to a near-record high
Early 2013 was a bad time for investors in emerging markets. But since then, they’ve been on a roll, says Lars Henriksson. And here’s the proof.
Political uncertainty is a big red flag, but if you’re still bullish, avoid individual Russian equities and plump for a passive fund instead, says David C Stevenson.
President Enrique Peña Nieto has reformed Mexico’s energy industry. James McKeigue explains why that’s great news for investors.
Emerging-market stocks are among the first to be cast off when investors turn fearful. But Ed Bowsher explains why it would be a mistake to turn your back on China.
China’s recent stock-market rally is showing no signs of abating. Ed Bowsher tips the best funds to buy now.
Young people born in the years leading up to the Millennium are changing the face of Asia, says Lars Henriksson. That’s creating exciting opportunities for investors.
Does China’s economic offensive in Africa amount to neocolonialism, and what are China’s objectives? Simon Wilson investigates.
There are some big ‘discounts for obnoxious governments’ (Dogs) among emerging markets. And they don’t come bigger than Russia.