Nick Rockel • December 10, 2014
Mergers and IPOs boomed in 2014, with help from several landmark transactions.
David Rothnie • December 10, 2014
George Osborne leads Britain through the first Western sovereign offering denominated in the Chinese currency.
Georgina Hurst • December 09, 2014
Eurasia Group’s Political Risk Country Portfolio tool sheds light on how political events in developing economies might affect stock returns.
Johannes Huth, Tomas Kubica, Martin Rajcan • December 08, 2014
Companies in CEE need to assess the region’s strengths and weaknesses to thrive at home and make international inroads.
Nick Rockel • December 07, 2014
A sluggish global economy has pushed government interventions such as tariffs above levels seen in the wake of the financial crisis.
Nick Tims, Francois van der Spuy • December 06, 2014
The asset class offers investors access to African sectors and regions that are not easily reached via public markets, but crowding is an issue.
Morgan Harting, Nelson Yu • December 04, 2014
With emerging-markets investment comes volatility. Here are some strategies that can help mitigate that risk.
Kevin Simms, Jeremy Taylor • November 26, 2014
The constant need to invest in new supplies should lead to a rebound, even OPEC doesn’t move to cut back production.
Jason Mitchell • November 24, 2014
Peru’s central banker sees little room for further rate cuts and calls on the government to remove red tape and overhaul labor laws.
November 21, 2014
It’s time to catch up on some of the stories you may have missed. Here are our best stories of the week.
Ashby Monk • November 20, 2014
Sovereign development funds have a license to think outside the box that more traditional financial investors do not share.
James Shinn • November 19, 2014
ISIS has prompted a hard-line reaction from Gulf regimes that’s worsening the Sunni-Shia divide, even as falling crude prices pressure all sides.
Georgina Hurst • November 18, 2014
Some big custodian banks offer services through their peers in developing countries, but others cater to such markets largely on their own.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • November 17, 2014
Kremlin uses propaganda to fan anti-Americanism and distract Russians from the weakness of their own economy.
Allen T. Cheng • November 14, 2014
Glamour Sales Holding is the Alibaba of luxe, selling designer goods to Chinese and Japanese consumers at big discounts.
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