Emerging markets

The biggest surprise of 2017 so far

Donald Trump’s protectionism, inflationism, and macho attitude were supposed to be terrible for emerging markets. But that hasn’t happened. John Stepek explains why, and what investors can learn.

Racing to victory

As May calls a snap general election, is it time to buy British stocks?

  • Should everybody get a handout from the state?

Libya versus Goldman Sachs

A clever bank meets an unsophisticated customer with a huge pile of cash. The customer and the cash part company. Did the bank do anything wrong? Simon Wilson investigates.

South Africa’s power struggle hits the rand

A power struggle between the shambolic, corrupt regime of South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma and the country’s finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, means a volatile few months for the rand.

Thailand: a right royal mess

The death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand could deepen the country’s political divide and knock a post-coup recovery off course.

How to buy £1 of assets for just 71p

Investment trusts are cheap for a reason – but not one that should stop us snapping them up. Merryn Somerset Webb talks to fund manager Nick Greenwood.

Can the new Argentina stay the course?

Argentina’s Merval index has bounced by 60% this year, as the new president’s business-friendly approach inspires confidence.

The four Asian markets to put your money on now

Taken together, Asia’s four fastest-growing economies are set to overtake Japan. If you’re after growth, forget the West and head East, says Rupert Foster.

It’s time to rediscover the Africa story

The Africa story has gone off the boil in recent years, says Andrew Van Sickle. It’s time investors changed that.

Will Philippines’ bad boy Rodrigo Duterte dent growth?

The Philippines’ new president, Rodrigo Duterte, is rattling investors and undermining confidence.

Developing countries weather the storm

Emerging-market investors have had a torrid time in recent years, but things have been looking up in 2016.

Rousseff’s exit: a boost for Brazil?

With Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff dismissd by the senate, the country is hoping for a “shock of capitalism”. Here are two of the best ways ways to buy in.

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