Emerging markets have traditionally been seen as rewarding brave investors with higher returns for taking on more risk. But now fear has set in and currencies and stock markets have fallen hard. That's left some markets looking better value.
Emerging-market angst is now hitting Western stocks. How worried should investors be?
Russia is among the cheapest markets around. These funds offer investors one way to profit.
Currencies and stocks have been hit hard by investors fleeing emerging markets.
It’s been a painful few days for the world’s stock markets. John Stepek looks at what’s got them rattled, and why he’s not too worried about the rout.
Last week, the currencies of several developing countries plunged, hitting stock markets around the world. Is more trouble brewing? Matthew Partridge investigates.
Investors once attracted by exotic growth stories have fled higher-risk emerging markets.
Bill Bonner explains why Argentina is heading for another crisis.
The emerging market sell-off has given investors the chance to pick up some attractive assets on the cheap. Ed Bowsher picks the best markets to buy into now.
Investors have started to turn their backs on risky assets, exposing these emerging markets to higher interest rates.
Even if China does experience a hard-landing, says Matthew Lynn, it won’t matter much to anyone else.