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China and Hong Kong have always been poles apart when it came to investing. Lars Henriksson explains how that could all be about to change.
Demand for power in Latin America is soaring. James McKeigue looks at how to invest as the continent upgrades its energy infrastructure.
China’s stock market is unloved by investors, says Lars Henriksson. But the ‘beer indicator’ could tell you when it’s time to buy again.
Mexico’s massive oil and gas reserves are largely untapped, reports James McKeigue. The potential for investors to profit is huge.
The race is on to capture the fabled high-spending Asian consumer. Lars Henriksson looks at the best ways to pick the winners.
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.
Market sentiment towards China is at rock bottom. But as Lars Henriksson explains, that could make for an interesting short-term trade.
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.
China is dramatically increasing spending on its armed forces. That opens up plenty of opportunities for investors, says Lars Henriksson.