Category Archives: Emerging Markets

Turkey’s post-election turmoil – FT

Turkey’s ruling AK party has lost its parliamentary majority in the country’s general election. Daniel Dombey discusses the fallout from the results and what’s next for the nation and its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. For more video content from the … Continue reading

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The view from Latin America – FT

The FT’s US Managing Editor Gillian Tett speaks with Latin American finance ministers, economists and Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum’s Latin America summit about the outlook for the region and what countries are doing to reassure investors. For … Continue reading

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Time to target the Cuban market – FT

As relations between Washington and Havana improve, Bruce Magid, dean of Brandeis International Business School, tells FT Business Education correspondent Jonathan Moules why business schools have a role to play in educating both sides For more video content from the … Continue reading

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Emerging markets’ reserves fall – FT

Probably contributing to weakness in the gold price, no? Josh de la Mare provides Wednesday’s top stories from around the world, with reserves in emerging markets falling for the first time in two decades, General Buhari winning in Nigeria’s historic … Continue reading

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Venezuela’s US diaspora stirs into action – FT

Venezuelan immigrants, who make up 2 per cent of the Miami-area Latino population, are starting to eat into the American political pie. The Cuban-American experience provides a guide to how the community could make an impact as a formidable lobbying … Continue reading

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Martin Wolf on Ukraine’s finances – FT

The FT’s Martin Wolf and Ferdinando Giugliano discuss the state of Ukraine’s economy, the impact of the crisis and what reforms are necessary for the war-torn nation to achieve a stable democracy. For more video content from the Financial Times, … Continue reading

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Charts for Christmas: emerging markets – FT

John Authers looks at the sharp fall in commodity prices in 2014, and the effect this had on emerging markets. Could commodity prices have hit bottom? Click here for more Authers Note videos http://video.ft.com/Authers-Note (click here if video is not … Continue reading

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Reforming South Korea’s chaebol – FT

South Korea’s corporate model of tightly knit companies that act in concert under family control is under scrutiny after Hyundai’s $10bn purchase of a plot of land in Seoul’s Gangnam district. The FT’s Simon Mundy weighs the model’s pros and … Continue reading

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Can India’s stock rally be sustained? – FT

India’s stock markets have been powering ahead after the election win of Narendra Modi. James Crabtree explains the technical reasons why the rally may go on but how its sustainability depends on Mr Modi delivering his promised structural reforms. For … Continue reading

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Quest for yield in emerging markets – FT

FT senior investment columnist John Authers talks to Omar Negyal, portfolio manager, emerging markets income, at JP Morgan about his strategy to capitalise on cheap emerging markets by focusing on dividend yields. For more video content from the Financial Times, … Continue reading

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