Brazilian equities continued their climb higher on Monday, hitting their highest level in more than four years.
About $150 billion is spent on marijuana yearly. Now other countries are trying to legalize cannabis to cash in on a growing industry.
China and the Philippines could begin exploiting energy reserves in the South China Sea. Discussions for joint exploration have begun.
This strategic waterway is a $5 trillion route for global trade. It also has a treasure trove of energy reserves China may soon begin to tap. China’s military buildup in the region may have something to do with securing this black gold.
It wasn't lost on investors that Saudi Arabia had bullish things to say about oil prices Wednesday as it launched its first international bond deal.
Saudi Arabia launched a $17.5 billion bond offering in its first foray into the international bond market, drawing strong demand for the dollar-denominated offer..
Donald Trump's rhetoric about NAFTA and Ford moving auto-manufacturing jobs to Mexico doesn't match reality in the global auto industry.
Saudi energy minister Khalid al-Falih believes fundamentals are improving, while supply and demand are re balancing.
Saudi Arabia's first foray into the international bond market seems to be going well as the books get set to close on what could be a $15-20 billion deal.
Like other countries in the Persian Gulf, Kuwait is positioning its economy for the rising heat waves that threaten its future.
The Persian Gulf petro state’s economy isn’t just suffering from low oil prices. The nation had the hottest temperatures on earth this year and annual heat waves are having ricochet effects on business-- and society.
Saudi Arabia's first international bond sale is symbolic of the kingdom's shifting fortunes. It's a way to shore up cash and the economy.
Alia Moubayed, economist for Middle East & North Africa at Barclays, comments on Saudi Arabia's sovereign bond issuance and if it will be a success.
Most investors look at frontier markets through a haze of fear. Yet the Arab world could arguably produce the greatest returns.
Nearly $1 billion has flowed to Canadian stocks this year as its market surges. The "what if Trump wins" effect? Hardly.
The Brazil and Russian economies have been crushed by oil prices and political intrigues, so why are their stocks on fire?
The growth differentials between emerging markets and developed markets are widening, says East Capital's Peter Hakansson.
Investors have piled into emerging markets bonds and stocks this year, a trade that may blow up once the Fed raises rates. Or maybe not.
Mexico's Secretary of Economy Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal talks about Donald Trump's comments about Mexicans, Mexico's relationhip with U.S. businesses, and oil's impact on Mexico.
The biggest buyers of U.S. Treasurys have turned fickle on U.S. debt, just when they may be needed most.
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