PIMCO, Fidelity Stung by Collapse of Petrobras’ 100-Year Bond
The two fund groups are among the three biggest holders of the securities, which have fallen 15%.
Roubini: ‘Early Warning System for Financial Tsunamis’ Needed Now
Using his own systematic and data-driven approach to credit ratings, Roubini identifies three regions where investors are missing risks.
Spotlight on Brazil: Policy Changes Needed to Deal With Macro Challenges
In the second half of this year, when ongoing macroeconomic issues are expected to impact most emerging economies, policy strength will be key.
China’s 10 Best Latin American Friends
Here are 10 Latin American countries with big business ties to China.
Brazil’s Petrobras: A Buying Opportunity?
The disappointing choice of Banco do Brasil chief Bendine to head oil company Petrobras has darkened sentiment on Petrobras, Brazil and the Brazilian markets.
Can New Finance Minister Turn Brazil Around?
Brazil, though important, has been one of the most out-of-favor markets for a considerable period of time.
Investors Closely Monitor Candidates in Brazil’s Presidential Election
Who should lead Brazil, Dilma Rousseff or Marina Silva?
AAM’s Colyer Sticks With Russia’s Gazprom Despite Tensions With West
BRICs still attractive for investors despite slow growth.
Dividend Growth: Europe, U.S. to Overtake Emerging Markets
Dividends paid by emerging market companies have grown at breakneck speed in recent years, but momentum is shifting to Europe and the U.S.
National Companies Step In as Banks Exit Commodities Markets
Thanks to regulatory changes, the departure from commodities markets has opened the door for national companies to enter. But those aren't the only changes afoot.