Mainland tech giants are snapping up online-retail startups, but it’ll be hard to make a profit.
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The collapse of Lehman, and other firms, had already cast thousands out into a banking equivalent of “The Hunger Games” in 2008.
Repurchases are a sign of weakness, not strength.
President Joko Widodo could learn an important lesson from the Indonesian rupiah’s slide this year.
While employers creak under the weight of social levies, Beijing is tightening the screws.
Whenever there’s a bout of emerging-markets flu, Indonesia catches it.
Hedge funds are signaling that troubled times will last a while longer.
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Caught unwillingly in a trade war, China’s economy is faltering.
Argentina, Venezuela, Turkey and Pakistan look to Beijing for a lifeline that would be less awkward than an IMF bailout.
Turkish lira’s 24 percent slump is prompting fears among developing countries over a “sudden stop” in foreign capital inflows.
Pakistan may be China’s friend at the moment, but the relationship could quickly turn sour as the country is living on loans.
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A U.S. 10-year bond yield at 5 percent? Emerging markets positioned for any such possibility are being handsomely rewarded.