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 […]

Taiwan’s Social Safety Net is The Street Market

Peter St. Onge, Profit of Chaos Free-marketers are often ridiculed for suggesting the welfare state can be substantially replaced by […]

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 […]

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

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 […]

Greece First Developed Market Cut to Emerging at MSCI

Greece became the first developed nation to be cut to emerging-market status by MSCI Inc. (MSCI) after the local stock […]

Bric stocks: their time will come (soon)

by Stefan Wagstyl, From FT Blog, The underperformance of Bric equities is becoming an embarrassment for investors who are long […]

Chinese now the world’s biggest spending tourists

MADRID/FRANKFURT – Chinese tourists have overtaken Germans as the world’s biggest-spending travelers after a decade of robust growth in the […]

Yuan Sets Tone for Asia as Japan Dethroned by China: Currencies

By Lilian Karunungan and Yumi Teso, Bloomberg, Asian central banks are tolerating gains in their currencies against the yen as […]

The Paradox of China’s Naval Strategy

By Rodger Baker and Zhixing Zhang, Stratfor, Over the past decade, the South China Sea has become one of the […]

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