Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets

China regulator approves Ant Group's HK IPO: IFR

China’s securities regulator has approved financial tech firm Ant Group’s Hong Kong leg of a planned dual-listing worth about US$35 billion ($47.53 billion), IFR reported on Monday citing unnamed p

Emerging Markets

Emerging market investors sanguine about US election outcome

Traders across the world may be coming around to the idea that the U.S. election isn’t going to be the tumultuous event it was once expected to be.

Emerging Markets

Developing Asia's economy to shrink for first time since 1962, says ADB Chief Economist

Developing Asia’s coronavirus-battered economy will shrink for the first time since the early 1960s, with the level of output next year still seen below pre-pandemic projections even as growth reco

Emerging Markets

Weaker emerging markets left behind as wealthier Asian economies pull away from the pack

Look no further than emerging markets for evidence that the K-shaped recovery is taking hold.

Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets hit a Covid wall

Once one of the poorest and least developed regions of the world, Asian economies have exploded on the international stage in the 21st century to become some of the world’s most dynamic economies.

Emerging Markets

Can China save EMs again?

Much like the previous recession in 2008, China has emerged from the economic headwinds in pole position for recovery.

Emerging Markets

Index futures and expansion of Asia, EM markets

The aggregate free-float market capitalisation of the MSCI Emerging Markets (EM) Index and the MSCI Pacific ex Japan Index stood at US$7.3 trillion ($10 trillion) and represented a 15.4% weight of

Emerging Markets

Stock bulls rule emerging markets as MSCI gauge forms 'golden cross'

Stock bulls have taken over emerging-markets, a technical indicator suggests.

Emerging Markets

Emerging market central banks start buying bonds in risky shift

SINGAPORE (Apr 30): To fight the coronavirus, developing economies from Colombia to Indonesia are turning to a playbook that’s become familiar in the rich world since 2008: central banks are buying

Emerging Markets

How developing countries create industrial champions

SINGAPORE (Jan 23): For many firms in emerging and developing economies, emulating the successes of Samsung and Hyundai may seem like an impossible dream.

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