With their collective GDPs, populations and purchasing power poised to climb to new heights, Africa's emerging markets offer tremendous upside at a bargain price.
Dovish comments from Ben Bernanke boost global markets, especially emerging economies and materials stocks.
China's slowdown has dragged on many developing economies, but Indonesia's growth metrics are off the charts. Here's how U.S. investors can best play this success story.
Americans bailed out of domestic stocks at just the wrong time, plowing recklessly into emerging markets in a vain pursuit of faster growth.
The longer this sell-off continues, the greater the temptation will be for individual investors to rush to the exits. But then what?
When stocks move higher Tuesday, just remember the reasons for the panic in the last hour.
There's no way to insulate ourselves when the onslaught is from the outside as well as from within.
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Consumers are very status conscious in Asia, Africa and other emerging-market areas. This is especially true in China.
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