Does It Matter If China Cleans Up Its Banks?

By Michael Pettis I’ve always thought that Shirley Yam of the South China Morning Post has a great nose for […]

Will China’s new “supply-side” reforms help China?

  It wasn’t enough that we started 2016 with one of the worst weeks in the recent history of Chinese […]

NIA Asian Financial Crisis Report

From : In recent weeks, many NIA members have been asking us about if we are at the beginning […]

How to Invest in a Slowing China World

by Bryce Coward of GaveKal Capital Yesterday we gave three reasons why the stabilization seen in China over the last […]

Once Forbidden Frontiers

Investing in frontier markets can come with a higher degree of volatility than more established markets, but to my team […]

America’s Biggest Edge Over the Rest of the World

By Morgan Housel, Motley Fool,   Check out these recent headlines: “Japan’s population falls by record 244,000 in 2013” “China’s […]

Long Live China’s Boom

After three decades of 9.8 percent average annual GDP growth, China’s economic expansion has been slowing for 13 consecutive quarters […]

World GDP Growth

The pace of global growth increased during the second quarter of 2013—only the third quarterly acceleration in three years. Buoyed […]

Stanley Druckenmiller On China’s Future And Investing In The New Normal

From Goldman Sachs Stan Druckenmiller is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Duquesne Family Office. He founded Duquesne Capital Management […]

Power Struggles and Progress in Romania

Bordering the Black Sea in Southeastern Europe, Romania offers visitors a variety of beautiful and dramatic landscapes concentrated in a […]

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