Escalating trade tensions have hit Chinese and Asian equities hard. But long-term investors shouldn’t give up quite yet.
US, UK and emerging market assets remain appealing, but the eurozone’s recent allure has waned somewhat and Russia represents a risk too far, writes Ceri Jones.
Saudi Arabia is an exciting prospect for the investment community, given his focus on important reform measures vital to unlocking the country’s substantial economic potential.
Gary Greenberg, head of emerging markets at Hermes Investment Management, explains why Egypt is becoming attractive to investors.
Facing a squeeze from passive trackers and ETFs, Fidelity China Special Situations has changed its charging structure.
China is the world’s second-largest economy and growing rapidly, yet many investors have relatively little exposure.
While the move is a major milestone for China, state intervention and poor corporate governance remain major concerns.
Weak currencies, a rising dollar and a splurge on cheap debt are some of the headwinds facing emerging markets.
After a frosty few months, has there now been a thaw in the rhetoric between the two countries?