Saudis Sitting Pretty in Global Oil Price Plunge
There’s still only one country in a position to choose winners and losers in the global market: Saudi Arabia.
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.
Top 10 African Billionaires
Africa has attracted increasing interest as a growth story in recent years, yet it is home to only 55 of the world's 1,400 billionaires.
Pop That Oil Bubble
The oil market has been in a bubble stage for a decade.
Rise of Brazil and the Beautiful Games
For Brazil, the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games are about more than just sports—they’re a chance to showcase that the country is worth investing in.
Iran May Ban Oil Exports to Europe Next Week
An Iranian official said that his country would debate a law in its parliament on Sunday that could cut off oil shipments to Europe as early as next week. If that happens China and Russia just might be the big winners.
Investing In Emerging Markets: The Opportunity in Asia
In an abrupt historical shift, emerging markets appear stable relative to developed markets, which are suffering from political and economic issues that used to be the hallmark of emerging markets.