Allen T. Cheng • August 26, 2014
Executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group, the veteran equity manager looks for well-run companies that harness technology.
Katie Gilbert • August 19, 2014
Top-ranked companies on the Latin America Executive Team, including Rômulo de Mello Dias's Cielo, are expanding into new sectors and markets to boost profitability.
Allen T. Cheng • August 18, 2014
With the arrest of Zhou, President Xi signals a renewed push against corruption that analysts say could bolster economy in long run.
Michael Hood • August 14, 2014
The upward trend in Chinese exports suggests strong numbers for exports across the rest of emerging-markets Asia. Here’s why.
Adrian Banner • August 13, 2014
Using a managed-volatility strategy, investors can gain the return premium of emerging-markets stocks while avoiding many of the risks.
David Turner • August 12, 2014
Private equity firms are seeking out the highest-growth sectors in Africa’s consumer shift from homemade and handcrafted goods to mass-consumer items.
Anne Szustek • August 11, 2014
Results show Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan as the winner in the nation’s first presidential elections. But that momentum might not mean stability.
Julie Dickson • August 10, 2014
Tadawul offers exposure to a fast-growing consumer market, giving global investors a low-risk way to diversify their emerging-markets holdings.
Tom Buerkle • August 06, 2014
As Obama meets with African leaders, investors announce big infrastructure plans but caution that more needs to be done to improve the investment climate
Thomas W. Johnson • August 05, 2014
Brazil-based rivals BTG Pactual and Itaú BBA tie for second place.
David Turner • August 05, 2014
As China develops, the country’s consumer class is acquiring new tastes. Here’s how investors can play that boom.
Henry H. McVey, Vance Serchuk • August 04, 2014
Mexico’s clearly delineated path of reforms means investors need to take a different focus on the country, compared with other emerging markets.
Jan Alexander • August 03, 2014
King Abdullah’s announcement that the country will open its stock exchange to foreigner investors was timed for minimal impact.
Jonathan Kandell • July 31, 2014
Buenos Aires feared settling with Paul Singer and other holdouts would have left it open to claims of up to $120 billion; hopes persist of a negotiated solution.
Craig Mellow • July 31, 2014
Spurred by the MH17 flight disaster, the EU’s latest round of economic sanctions against Russia are symbolic. But strongly symbolic.
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