emerging markets

In 2020, sovereign debt defaults in emerging markets are likely to become much more common, putting billions of dollars at risk for emerging market and junk bond investors who chase high yields and...
When stock market turmoil and economic turmoil coincide into a perfect storm, it turns out that the high-yield sector in corporate bonds, municipal bonds and emerging market bonds tend to get gutted.
Fitch Ratings has warned that the dual coronavirus and oil price shocks will put pressure on some sovereign credit fundamentals and potentially on their ratings.
The IMF has released an update to its latest World Economic Outlook with lower growth expected this year, but it is still looking for global growth to be better in 2020 than in 2019.
The reaction in Argentina's top stocks to Argentinian President Mauricio Macri losing a primary election was worse than atrocious. It was a bloodbath.
At the current time, with a trade war affecting the valuations of many companies and sectors around the world, should MSCI and Russell FTSE have delayed the increased allocations until there are...
There has been a growing excitement for years that Africa could one day deliver on the numerous growth avenues that its large populations can offer. Now Jumia just has to see if it can find a way to...
Global government debt reached the equivalent of $66 trillion at the end of 2018 according to a report from Fitch Ratings. That's almost twice as high as global debt at the end of 2007 -- and is now...
India has been one of the best growth economies measured by gross domestic product for some time, but the secular growth opportunity has faced multiple setbacks in 2018 that may persist,
The list of nations with troubled economies has grown in 2018, and these are just eight of the nations in which interest rates or inflation have become sky high.
Since the beginning of 2018, gold has lost about 10% of its value and is currently trading at levels not seen in more than a year and a half. Why are investors looking elsewhere, and what are they...
The Turkish economic disaster caught many of the world's global financial experts by surprise, so it is no wonder that the catastrophe has roiled the markets so badly.
24/7 Wall St. has decided to take a look at the situation in Turkey so that investors, economists and the public have an idea of just how important and relevant this could be.
China's Shanghai exchange fell into bear territory Tuesday, another signal that the government's efforts to manage the economy are not having their intended effect. Can China withstand an all-out...
India's great long-term growth opportunities have not translated into gains for investors so far in 2018. But Goldman Sachs feels that India likely will benefit from demographic trends, reforms and...