Sliding Emerging Markets Bear Brunt of Angst Over Trade, OPEC
Korean Markets Show the Shift From War Threats to Peace Talks
Currencies and bonds declined for a second week in the five days through Friday, but the dollar wasn’t to blame.
Goldman, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup See Emerging-Market Buoyancy
All eyes on Turkey’s central bank and RBI amid rising dollar, global trade wars and a robust U.S. jobs report.
Indonesia's Two Interest-Rate Hikes May Not Halt Rupiah's Rout
Dollar’s strength is poised to pile further pressure on currencies and this is worrying emerging market investors.
Mahathir, Traders' Onetime Foe, Gets a Cautious Market Welcome
What Mahathir's Shock Malaysia Win Means for Economy and Markets
The selloff won’t be anywhere near the magnitude seen during the height of the taper tantrum in May 2013.
It may all come down to central banks to determine where emerging markets are headed after another tumultuous week
This time around, Asia is less vulnerable to contagion, says Macquarie.
The $80 Billion Debt Manager Finding Gems in Egypt and Ukraine
Lira's Fate Tops Bill in Week of Emerging-Market Rate Decisions
Trump’s intensifying trade crusade is putting a spotlight on upcoming U.S. assessment of foreign-exchange policies.
Developing nations aren’t facing the pressure they sometimes had during U.S. monetary tightening cycles.
Traders are rooting for Group-of-20 finance ministers and central bankers to find ways to avoid a global trade war.
A week of tumult awaits emerging market investors.
Where Are the Winners From Philippines' Peso Plunge? Look Abroad
What Emerging-Market Bulls Say About a 3% Treasury Yield
With Zuma Finally Out, Market Focus Turns to Hard Task of Reform