Russia’s Uneven Drive Toward Economic Self-Sufficiency

The Kremlin is trying to steer Russia’s economy toward a more self-sufficient model by decreasing the country’s reliance on imports […]

New 2025 Global Growth Projections Predict China’s Further Slowdown and the Continued Rise of India

Cambridge, Massachusetts – The economic pole of global growth has moved over the past few years from China to neighboring […]

Reagan vs Trump Macro Initial Conditions (Chart)

By Macromon,  Global Macro Monitor, We here lots of talk these days about,  Why Donald Trump’s Market Rally Echoes Ronald […]

What’s Saudi Arabia playing at over oil?

After Saudi Arabia’s sudden insistence that Iran be part of a meeting in Doha last weekend to discuss an oil […]

Real Estate Bubble: Canadian Housing Prices Could Crash 44%, Insider Says

Low oil prices have hammered Canadian housing prices, threatening to pop the country’s much discussed real estate bubble, but according […]

State of Emerging Markets: All About Those [Central] Banks

This spring my travels have taken me to Europe, where I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with colleagues, clients and […]

2015: the Recovery Year for Energy and Commodities?

Last year was a dismal year for oil, the energy sector in general, commodities, and gold. Following through with the […]

Winners and losers in China’s deepening economic slowdown

By JOE McDONALD International Monetary Fund’s Research Department Director Olivier Blanchard speaks during a press briefing at a hotel in Beijing, […]

Africa’s Electrifying Future

Emerging and frontier markets are a focal point of this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, which takes place […]

Is the Pump Primed for Emerging Markets Investors?

By Mark Mobius, Franklin Templeton, The vulnerabilities—or rather, perceived vulnerabilities—of emerging markets ­have been the focus of heightened discussions over […]

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