China's activity data was stronger than expected in November, with factory output growth picking up to a five-month high.
Tim Seymour, Triogem Asset Management, and Wells Fargo's Paul Christopher discuss Goldman pulling the plug on its BRIC fund, and comments from the CEO of Maersk about a slowing global economy.
A Wall Street bank is ending an era of investing in four developing economies.
Goldman Sachs, once the most energetic sponsor of the "Bric" investment theme, has quietly stepped away from it, the FT reports.
While the US has been busy worrying about "too big to fail," China's largest banks have just been getting larger, says analyst Dick Bove.
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, says that while he remains an unabashed bull on BRICS, there’s reason to be particularly positive on India.
President Xi Jinping said China would avoid a hard landing though he acknowledged some downward pressure on the world's second largest economy.
With BRICS entering recessionary scenarios, there’s little to get them out of this, except reforms, says Simon Quijano-Evans, head of emerging-markets research at Commerzbank.
Computer maker Dell will invest $125 billion in China over the next five years, its chief executive said on Thursday.
The Bank of Japan trimmed its economic growth forecast on Wednesday but held off on offering fresh stimulus.
Chris Weafer, founding partner at Macro-Advisory, discusses the relationship between Russia and China.
Sumedh Deorukhar, senior economist for emerging Asia at BBVA Hong Kong, says this week's BRICS summit faces uncertainty surrounding Greece, Chinese stocks and a looming Fed rate hike.
Stuart Quint, senior investment manager and international strategist at Brinker Capital, explains why this week's BRICS summit may be dominated by politics, instead of economic issues.
Alex Muromcew, managing Director at TIAA-CREF, says a rush to reverse underweight positions among institutional investors, alongside more policy easing, will take Chinese stocks higher.
China's inflation was more muted than expected in April and producer prices fell, adding to concerns about growing deflationary pressures.
China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan warned on Sunday that the country needs to be vigilant for signs of deflation.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will press Chinese officials next week to adopt a more market-determined exchange rate policy, Treasury officials said on Friday.
China's officials are turning to Japan for economic history lessons, determined to avoid the long recession and deflation that blighted its neighbor.
China's factory sector shrank in February on unsteady exports and slowing investment, an official survey showed on Sunday.
Russia's economy ministry said on Saturday it expected gross domestic product to fall 3 percent this year, more optimistic than many analysts' forecasts of a 4-5 percent drop.