The New World
The New World is MoneyWeek's FREE globally-focused weekly email, bringing you the most exciting investment stories from Asia and Latin America. The New World features news and insights on emerging Asia from Lars Henriksson, and on Latin America from James McKeigue.

Sign up FREE to The New World email here

Asia’s healthcare boom will have four big winners

Laboratory technicians in Asia © Getty images

Healthcare is an exciting growth sector across Asia, says Lars Henriksson. And the future lies in the companies that are most able to adapt to specific needs.

Obama’s Americas summit is good for our investments

Barack Obama’s meeting with Raúl Castro © Getty images

The recent historic Summit of the Americas is great news for long-term investors in Latin America. James McKeigue explains why.

I’ve found a fantastic way to play Colombia’s $50bn infrastructure boom

Paulina Vega © Getty images

Peace talks between the Colombian government and Farc rebels could clear the way for the development of the country’s infrastructure. James McKeigue reveals the best way to profit.

This German internet company has its sights set on Southeast Asia

Rocket Internet IPO © Getty Images

Online start-up Rocket Internet is cashing in on Southeast Asia’s increasingly affluent middle classes. Investors should take note, says Lars Henriksson.

Latin American tourism is about to boom – and we’ve got a way in

American tourists getting rickshaw rides in Cuba © Getty images

Investors often associate tourism with fun, but not big returns. That’s a mistake, says James McKeigue. Tourism is big business in Latin America.

Myanmar’s new deep-sea port project offers a wealth of opportunities for investors


With the Dawei Deep Port project back on track, Japan and China are pouring money into Myanmar’s Mekong region. Lars Henriksson looks at the best ways to profit.

In Mexico, 50 billion barrels of oil are up for grabs

Mexico - Enrique Pena Nieto © Getty Images

Mexico’s government is shaking up its oil industry. That’s going to provide plenty of opportunities for investors, says James McKeigue.

Indonesia’s new tax law is bad news for Singapore


It’s been a bad time to invest in Singapore over the last few years. And it’s going to get worse as its neighbours lure investors and companies away. Lars Henriksson explains why.

Brazil’s water shortage is a big bad buying signal

Brazil drought © Getty Images

With greed, corruption, and now a huge drought, negativity around Brazil has reached fever pitch. That might make it a good time to invest, says James McKeigue.

Young people are driving an explosion of ecommerce in Bangkok and beyond


Lars Henriksson looks at how a huge expansion in ecommerce sales is set to transform Thailand’s retail sector, and explains what it means for investors.

Showing page 1 of 25

Which investment platform?

When it comes to buying shares and funds, there are several investment platforms and brokers to choose from. They all offer various fee structures to suit individual investing habits.
Find out which one is best for you.