Why Things Aren’t What They Used to Be in Emerging Markets

The prospect of stabilizing commodity prices and improving corporate earnings has helped rebuild investor interest in emerging markets over the […]

How Demographics Rule the Global Economy

By Greg Ip, Wall Street Journal, The developed world’s workforce will start to decline next year, threatening future global growth […]

The Big Picture

By John Mauldin, By Neil Howe, I’ve been a bit slow in bringing good friend Neil Howe’s predictions for 2016 […]

NIA Asian Financial Crisis Report

From : http://inflation.us/nia-asian-financial-crisis-report/ In recent weeks, many NIA members have been asking us about if we are at the beginning […]

The Next Global Reserve Currency

  By Chuck Butler I will admit some trepidation in beginning this morning’s commentary with such an audacious title, but long-time […]

Reforms in Asia Bring Big Potential for Small Companies

At Templeton Emerging Markets Group, we believe Asia’s combination of rapid economic growth, generally strong national finances and economic fundamentals […]

Wall Street’s Brightest Minds Reveal THE MOST IMPORTANT CHARTS IN THE WORLD

MATTHEW BOESLER George Magnus, UBS    Business Insider/Matthew Boesler Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/the-most-important-charts-in-the-world-2014-4?op=1#ixzz36ugQpz2D 1

Seven Nations Buying the World’s Gold

Gold prices may have tumbled in 2013, but gold has tried to make a significant recovery at the start of […]

Beijing’s Wangfujing Now Among Asia’s 10 Priciest Retail Locations

From http://www.mingtiandi.com China’s growing taste for shopping is pushing up retail rents in the world’s second-largest economy, and now a […]

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 […]

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