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?

War is over – it’s time to head back to Colombia

The peace deal with war lords and drug gangs is just one of the many reasons why Colombia is set to prosper. Smart investors should buy in now, says James McKeigue.

Buy into emerging markets as they turn into developed markets

As the West declines, emerging markets are moving firmly in the right direction. Time to buy, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

Peru: Latin America’s success story

Improved political stability, the commodities boom and sound management have made Peru very attractive to investors.

Vietnam hits the sweet spot

Amid all the excited talk about India and China, Vietnam is often overlooked. Yet it stands out for its past success and future promise.

South Africa’s pivotal election

Last week’s local elections in South Africa reduced the ruling ANC’s grip on the country.

India’s big leap forward

India has passed reforms paving the way for a single national rate of valued-added tax, which should give the economy a significant boost.

Chart of the week: Olympic curse hits Brazil

Like Mexico City in 1968, Seoul in 1988 and Beijing in 2008, Rio De Janeiro secured the Olympics after a long period of growth – which then stalled or slowed.

Rio 2016: why we should fear the money gods

You can’t blame the big sponsors from wanting to cash in on the Rio 2016 Olympics. But are they getting a little too big for their boots, asks Chris Carter.

Two stock-picking strategies compared

Sarah Moore looks at why the fortunes of two of Britain’s leading emerging-market equity funds have diverged in recent years.

Dirty Harry makes the Philippines’ day

The Philippines’ new leader, Rodrigo Duterte, rattled investors before his election in May by sounding like Dirty Harry. So far, however, his bark has proved worse than his bite.

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