Is the general election likely to be good news for the stockmarket, or should investors be stepping back, asks Jaisal Pastakia.
In a detailed analysis of the emerging market economy, Jason Hollands outlines the case for investing in the subcontinent.
As China returns to a policy of monetary and fiscal stimulus, growth should pick up in the second half of the year.
The turnaround can been seen as the result of a number of shifts in both policy and investor sentiment.
Investment trust bargain hunter: a solid long-term performer, but only suitable for those with a good appetite for risk.
Our multi-managers see value in emerging markets and the UK, but shun the eurozone.
Investors remain lightly invested in emerging equities, despite a rally that leaves them up almost 10% year to date, writes Luca Paolini.
Excitement about the Brics economies may have waned, but there is still compelling potential for impressive gains from individual nations.
There are opportunities for investors, with the MSCI China Index up 10.7% to date, while the domestic market is up 6.3%.