Turkey is one of the cheapest markets in the world right now. That’s usually a sign that you should buy. But is it really worth it? John Stepek weighs up the pros and cons.
Now that the European Central Bank is to stop buying government debt, and growth is slowing, concern over the sustainability of the single currency area is flaring up again.
The “yellow vests” riots in France have met with a typically Gallic shrug from the country’s stockmarket. That’s very telling indeed, says Dominic Frisby.
Compared with US shares, European stocks haven’t been as cheap as they are now in a long time.
Hungary’s authoritarian leader Victor Orban is widely reviled. But the country’s economy and equities look inviting.
Around $50bn worth of equity investment has flowed out of the eurozone since January. But sellers have been harsh and Europe may offer a decent bet for 2019.
Poland’s transition from emerging market to developed status bodes well for its stocks, says Matthew Lynn.
Professional investor Francesco Conte picks three outstanding small European companies to buy now.
The mess in emerging markets is spreading beyond Turkey and Argentina. John Stepek looks into how things have got so bad, and what’s likely to happen next.
The embattled lira has recovered a little, but Turkey is still a risky bet, says Marina Gerner. Only brave investors should take a look.
As emerging economies wobble there are bargains to be had for businesses buying abroad, says Matthew Lynn.