September 02, 2014
Michael Novogratz, principal of Fortress Investment Group, sees the benign environment of the past year coming to an end. Here's what he predicts for the Chinese real estate market and central bank policy.
Paul Schulte • September 01, 2014
Now that Beijing’s crackdown on corruption is under way, investors should focus on the leadership’s next big priority: developing a deep fixed-income market.
Nick Rockel • August 30, 2014
By the end of the century, two out of five people will be African, according to a recent United Nations report.
Allen T. Cheng • August 28, 2014
Mainland firms are stepping up the pace of foreign acquisitions, increasingly targeting technology and consumer plays in developed countries.
Eric Johnson • August 27, 2014
Planned market opening promises to narrow price differentials between Chinese companies’ Shanghai-listed A shares and Hong Kong–listed H shares.
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.
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