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We believe China’s substantial monetary and fiscal stimulus is finally translating into stronger economic activity. Whether this boost is sustained, or fizzles out under the weight of the large structural imbalances in the Chinese economy, may be one of the defining features of this year’s global economic and investment landscape.
Devan Kaloo, Aberdeen’s Head of Global Emerging Markets talks about EM’s recent rally, why he expects the dollar to strengthen, his outlook on China and more.
Why Asian markets could be set for a rebound after a tough 2015.
Despite encouraging signs of recovery at home, U.S. policymakers are clearly worried about what’s going on overseas. At the top of their list of concerns is China.
Why changes in China’s labor market are fueling the robotics industry and factory automation, and which companies are benefiting.
Demographic shifts in Asia are turbo-charging the retail landscape. Read on to find out how to get exposure.
A review and analysis of the mixed signals that have rippled through the Asian markets.
Asian markets are getting mauled. In recent years, emerging markets have looked vulnerable at times, but not to this extent. So what’s going on?
Afer a rocky 2015 summer, Mexico’s outlook may seem bleak, but look a little deeper and it becomes clear that things in Mexico aren’t half as bleak as they seem.
Are investors making a big fuss out of something insubstantial in emerging markets?
The creativity of Israel’s entrepreneurs – particularly in its thriving technology sector–and the openness of its market suggest that this $280 billion economy may still have room to grow.