Investors betting that Argentina had turned over a new leaf were given a nasty reminder of the country’s past this week.
Investors in emerging markets should focus on Southeast Asia – a region where nearly every nation’s GDP and productivity growth has beaten the developed world since 2000.
Many investors feel safer investing at home than in foreign stocks – but as the wobbly pound shows, that safety can be an illusion.
Trade wars aside, Asia remains the biggest driver of global growth with impressive economic and corporate fundamentals, says professional investor Ian Hargreaves. Here, he picks three undervalued Asian stocks.
Many countries in emerging Asia look set to experience their weakest growth in a decade. But while the short-term outlook may be bumpy, there are many long-term structural trends that favour the region.
The outlook for equities remains encouraging. An investment trust with an international remit will help you profit.
The only real way to profit from market bubbles is to avoid them and invest in “anti-bubbles” instead. John Stepek explains what an anti-bubble is, and picks some of the most promising.
Vietnam has reinvented itself. And now, this overlooked market is ripe for investment. Alex Rankine picks the best way to buy in.
Dividend payouts are also on the up in Asia. Income investor should look to these two investment trusts to get a slice.
Developing countries are becoming less reliant on cyclical commodities and moving into more lucrative areas such as technology
The BlackRock Latin American Trust, largely invested in Brazil, is grabbing the bull by the horns. Investors should, too.