Pimco Buying Up Brazilian Bonds as Bolsonaro Eyes Victory
Saudi stocks slumped on concerns the U.S. may take measures after Trump’s warning over Khashoggi fate.
Stocks in developing nations will return an average of 7 percent annually during the next decade, more than any other asset class.
Top Brazil Forecaster Expects a 10% Bolsonaro Bump for the Real
Argentina’s central bank is taking no prisoners in its fight to save the peso -- and the policy is working.
JPMorgan Says Emerging Markets May Rally Up to 15% in Six Months
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is the latest brokerage to drop its bullish call on Chinese stocks.
It may be too soon for investors to reallocate away from U.S. stocks.
Some of the world’s largest money managers are positioning for a dialing-back of global trade tensions next year.
Shorting Mexican Stocks Is in Vogue With Bears Dismissing Trade Optimism
Float, But Not Too Far Please: Argentina Bows to Peso Reality
Wary of Past Defaults, Ecuador Charts New Course
Leaders from Latin America, Africa and Asia expressed concerns about rising tensions between the world’s two largest economies.
Debt problems at one of India’s key non-banking financial firms has failed to shake BlackRock’s confidence.
The hedge fund veteran who predicted the peak of the emerging-market rally says a seven-month rout is almost over.
Emerging-market stocks slumped to the edge of bear territory as fear of contagion spread throughout the developing world.
Some investors have seen the selloff as an opportunity to buy on the basis of stronger fundamentals.
Default Fears Mount for ‘BATS’ as Emerging-Market Pain Deepens
JPMorgan Survey Shows How Quickly Emerging Markets Can Unravel
S&P said Friday it may lower the nation’s long-term foreign currency rating from its current B+ grade.
U.S. Midterm Election May Be Harbinger for Emerging-Market Rally