Russian stocks are ‘like a coiled spring’. Everything points to now being a good time to buy, says Bengt Saelensminde.
The scrum to get hold of Greek bonds isn’t a sign that the eurozone crisis is over, says John Stepek. Another flare-up could be around the corner.
Russia is looking incredibly cheap at the moment. But the political risks are high, says David Thornton. It could become the ultimate value trap.
Western stock markets have taken a knock over the crisis in Ukraine.
Investor confidence was dealt a nasty knock by the crisis in Ukraine.
Turkey has suffered more than most from the emerging markets ‘crisis’. But now could be a very good time to invest, says Matthew Partridge.
The scandals hitting Turkey’s government have spooked investors.
While Germany’s economy streaks ahead, France is falling behind and its markets are stalling. Bengt Saelensminde suggests one way you could profit.
French stocks may have to pay the price for the country’s lack of reform.
Russia’s eeconomy has run out of the ability to supply goods and services, which is crimping overall production and growth.