Tom Buerkle • April 08, 2015
Head of investments Christoph Schlegel looks to hedge funds, senior loans and emerging-markets debt for returns.
Mark Evans, Wilfred Wee • April 07, 2015
Beyond rate changes and capital accounts, China is making moves toward opening its capital markets and making yuan more readily available abroad.
Kaitlin Ugolik • April 06, 2015
The World Bank’s Junaid Ahmad is trying to convince the world of the economic value of that ever more precious commodity — water.
Matt Mossman • April 03, 2015
President-elect Buhari needs to tackle corruption, pursue energy reform and face down Islamic insurgency.
Mike Hugman • April 01, 2015
Beijing is taking a longer-term perspective with its latest round of reforms intended to stabilize economic growth.
Kaitlin Ugolik • March 27, 2015
The World Bank and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have enlisted the Sesame Street puppet to help spread the word about sanitation.
Jason Mitchell • March 26, 2015
Blaming Washington for his woes, President Nicolás Maduro borrows more money from China while cracking down on opposition.
Georgina Hurst • March 24, 2015
Stocks and bonds rally on hope that October elections will produce a president committed to economic reform and regaining access to capital markets.
Allen T. Cheng • March 23, 2015
As the new Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank prepares to launch, ADB member nations can expect more access to credit.
Andrew Barber • March 22, 2015
Faced with growing scrutiny from authorities and asset freezes in response to the Ukraine crisis, Russia’s rich are turning to Asia.
Pancho • March 20, 2015
While Eastern Europe nervously awaits Putin's next move, cartoonist Pancho offers some perspective on Russia's recent actions against Ukraine.
Morgan Harting, Sammy Suzuki • March 18, 2015
Given the relative inefficiency of emerging markets, there are plenty of stock-specific plays for alpha in those economies.
Henry H. McVey • March 11, 2015
Market watchers should take heed of China’s economic shift away from fixed investment and toward service sectors.
Michael Spinks, Atul Shinh • March 09, 2015
Amid the specter of a strong U.S. dollar, Federal Reserve tightening and low oil prices, selectivity is key when building an emerging-markets portfolio.
James Craige • March 08, 2015
Despite facing strong headwinds in recent years, emerging-markets local currency debt is likely to deliver attractive returns.
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