Best Start in 31 Years Puts Latin American Stocks on Cusp of Bull Market
Stocks, bonds and currencies across developing nations are poised for their worst annual performance in three years.
It’s a turbulent end to a bad year for emerging markets. Stocks are set for their biggest annual loss since 2011.
India claims another win on global stage after its stock market overtakes Germany to become seventh largest in the world.
In four out of every five emerging economies, company finances have fallen short of estimates that were made 12 months ago.
Trade-War Detente Gives Emerging Stocks Their Best Shot at a Rally
Powell Put Spurs Record $1 Billion Inflow to Emerging-Market ETF
The Rupee Just Had Its Best Weekly Run Since Since 2016
Dot-Com Ghosts Haunting Emerging Stocks as Tech Profits Stall
China Doubles Down on Market Reform Despite Trade War, MSCI Says
Investors will now be able to buy stocks at the same price multiple as in March 2016 when the companies had lower profitability.
Short Traders Mimic Cash Investors With Two-Way Bet on EM Stocks
Declines in stock valuation concentrated in Asia, Africa.
Is the second rebound in emerging-market assets going to be the real one?
Philippines Considers Price Controls on Rice, Pork, Chicken
EM Value Stocks Beat Growth Shares, Signaling Flight to Safety
Emerging-market stocks slumped to the edge of bear territory as fear of contagion spread throughout the developing world.
Emerging-Market Rout Is Longest Since 2008 as Confidence Cracks
This year’s global emerging-market selloff has its roots in a slew of mini-routs as the era of easy-money came to an end.
Turkey’s firm decision over Lira, and U.S-China’s failed initiation of talks pushe emerging market currencies to a 13-month low.
Lira Plunge Brings Back Sense of Gloom as Emerging Markets Drift