Jason Mitchell • June 27, 2014
The country’s pension funds are among the biggest international investors in Latin America, luring top global asset managers to Santiago.
Matthew Miller • June 23, 2014
Economic reforms are fostering the growth of retirement assets and making the region’s nascent pension fund industry an attractive target for Western investors.
Jon Gorvett • June 18, 2014
Although capital inflows have resumed after the 2013 shakeout, analysts see a new normal of volatility and slower growth.
David A. Levy • June 17, 2014
Export-dependent EM economies face years of weakness and financial instability as they shift to a greater reliance on domestic demand.
Thomas W. Johnson • June 16, 2014
Deutsche Bank holds steady in second place; Morgan Stanley climbs to third.
Dave Iben • June 15, 2014
Russia has its problems, but investors who have recently abandoned the country are missing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Aaron Timms • June 12, 2014
Strikes, construction delays and social woes overshadow soccer’s big tournament, but a glimmer of hope sprouts amid the gloom.
Aniket Shah • June 12, 2014
The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C., provides an opportunity for the U.S. private sector to take another look at Africa.
Matt Mossman • June 10, 2014
The East African country’s delay of its sovereign bond sale by a couple of months is illustrative of issues affecting emerging Africa as a whole.
Craig Mellow • June 06, 2014
Russia has good reasons to sign a deal and keep gas flowing to the West; will Putin and Poroshenko advance an agreement at Normandy?
David Turner • June 05, 2014
With prices and economies stable, emerging-markets corporate bonds look appealing. But you need to know where to look.
David Turner • June 04, 2014
In part because of a prohibition against charging interest, Islamic financial products are drawing attention in the present low-interest-rate environment.
David Turner • June 03, 2014
Rousseff government renews its commitment to fiscal discipline in a bid to control inflation but shies away from reforms that could spur growth.
Tom Buerkle • June 03, 2014
China is taking measures to ensure the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre passes without incident, while attempting to increase the role of markets in its economy.
Jon Gorvett • May 31, 2014
Thailand analysts and investors are waiting to see if the country’s May 22 coup is a signal of an economic turnaround.
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