Malaysia’s new Penang Bridge is just one example of Asia’s infrastructure boom that could earn investors outsized profits, says Lars Henriksson.
The violence in Venezuela is a sobering reminder of the risks investors face in Latin America, says James McKeigue.
Emerging markets are firmly out of favour with investors. John Stepek explains why that’s exactly why you should buy in now.
Ignore the investment managers touting fashionable emerging markets. Buy what’s cheap.
Venezuela is in the grip of an economic crisis. Matthew Partridge explains how that could affect the oil price, and create opportunities for investors.
Market sentiment towards China is at rock bottom. But as Lars Henriksson explains, that could make for an interesting short-term trade.
There are big potential rewards for adventurers who head to frontier markets, says David C Stevenson. Here, he tips two funds for more cautious travellers, and four markets for the true Indiana Joneses.
Britain is starting to take Latin America seriously. And that should open up a lot more options for investors. James McKeigue picks the firms best-placed to take advantage.
By most measures, American equities are pricey, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Bargain hunters should look east.
Emerging-market angst is now hitting Western stocks. How worried should investors be?
Bill Bonner unravels the mysteries of investing in India.