Asia’s retail market is transforming, and with it the continent’s logistics business. Astute investors should get exposure, says Lars Henriksson.
Chinese stockmarkets have seen huge losses recently. So are they on the verge of collapse? Or could we be at the start of a long bull market? John Stepek investigates.
Africans who fled the continent seeking their fortunes are beginning to return – attracted by new job opportunities and a thriving consumer market. Smart investors should follow them home, says Matthew Partridge.
It’s been a bad week for Mexico, with escaped narco-criminals and a failed auction of offshore oil rights. But there’s still plenty of cause for hope, says James McKeigue.
Africa has made huge strides in recent years, with a rapidly-growing middle class, improved infrastructure and more robust institutions. Here, Matthew Partridge looks at the prospects for investors.
After 12 years of crippling sanctions, Iran has lots of catching up to do.
Thousands of amateur Chinese investors have been devastated by a 30% plunge in the Shanghai Composite index.
Without political union, the euro can’t work. George Magnus talks to Merryn Somerset Webb about the future of the eurozone.
Iran will place limits on its nuclear programme in return for an end to almost a decade of economic isolation.
Stockmarkets in the developed world will struggle in the next decade. Emerging markets such as Iran and China are the place to be, says Matthew Lynn.
China’s stockmarkets have been under severe pressure recently. But Lars Henriksson thinks he’s found an interesting way to play them.