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  • Market Insider: Russian Roulette Could Pay Off in 2011 Tuesday, 28 Dec 2010 | 8:38 PM ET
    The Spasskaya Tower in Red Square, Moscow.

    As Russia moves to lure foreign investors, some strategists see the Russian bear as the emerging market bull for 2011.

  • To garner stronger returns, institutional investors need to skew more toward emerging markets and other areas, Byron Wien, a vice chairman at the Blackstone Group, told CNBC Thursday.

  • Domino's CEO Reveals Next Biggest Growth Story Thursday, 9 Dec 2010 | 1:44 PM ET

    Where Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle expects his company to grow the most in 2011.

  • BUSINESS—Nesto Wednesday, 1 Dec 2010 | 3:28 PM ET
    Nuclear power plant

    A trade war over the weak dollar, a building boom for nuclear-power plants and major state and municpal debt defaults.

  • India’s Microcredit Sector Faces Collapse from Defaults Wednesday, 17 Nov 2010 | 9:49 PM ET
    Woman who is suffering from extreme poverty sits in her home in Andrha Pradesh, India August 19, 2005.

    Borrowers in one of India’s largest states have stopped repaying microloans, egged on by politicians who accuse the sector of earning profits from the poor. The NYT reports.

  • Winning Consumer Stocks in China Thursday, 11 Nov 2010 | 2:58 AM ET

    With the explosive growth in China’s disposable income, Aadil Ebrahim, MD of Bowen Capital Management is betting on the mainland’s homegrown consumer stocks.

  • Rural India Jumps on Gold Bandwagon Wednesday, 10 Nov 2010 | 8:05 PM ET
    A jeweller weighs gold jewellery at a shop in Ahmedabad on October 7, 2010. Gold surged to a record 1,356.50 USD an ounce in Hong Kong trade. Dealers are buying up the precious metal as the USD remains under pressure amid concerns over the global economy and as dealers look to invest in the safe haven in times of uncertainty. AFP PHOTO/ Sam PANTHAKY (Photo credit should read SAM PANTHAKY/AFP/Getty Images)

    As the price of gold rallies to record-highs, gold collateralized loans have gained in popularity amongst India's rural and semi-urban population.  

  • When the Federal Reserve announced last week that it would buy $600 billion in Treasury bonds to help bolster the economy, it quickly came under attack from Germany, Brazil and China. But the Fed’s plans earned a hearty endorsement from at least one foreign trade partner — India. The NYT reports.

  • Market Pro's Top 5 Plays on India Monday, 8 Nov 2010 | 7:02 PM ET

    With President Obama visiting the Subcontinent, Ron Shah of Jina Ventures recommends playing these Indian companies in the long-term.

  • China vs. India — Where to Invest Now: Strategists Monday, 8 Nov 2010 | 12:27 PM ET

    President Obama spoke to India’s parliament stressing the importance of the U.S. relationship with India. What is the better emerging market play for investors — China or India? Mike Holland, chairman of Holland & Company and Jim Iuorio, director of TJM Institutional Services shared their best plays.

  • Market Pro's Top 3 Plays on India Friday, 5 Nov 2010 | 5:37 PM ET

    With US companies exporting jobs to India, outsourcing companies have outperformed the Nasdaq over the past 6 months. Here's how to play it.

  • Shift in Washington Stirs Economic Jitters Abroad Wednesday, 3 Nov 2010 | 8:46 AM ET

    If Bush-era income tax cuts are extended and the deficit grows, the dollar could be further weakened — a prospect that worries U.S. allies and trading partners, the New York Times reports.

  • Who's Really Ahead In The Economic Race, China or India? Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010 | 4:16 PM ET

    As one of India's most famous and successful entrepreneurs Raghav Bahl fields loads of questions from people around the world totally bewitched and bewildered by India. In his new book, SUPERPOWER he examines the difficulties that both outside corporations and homegrown companies have in doing business in both India and China.

  • Asset Allocation: Time For A Change Monday, 25 Oct 2010 | 9:59 AM ET
    Close-up of a pen on stock price chart

    Asset allocation strategists haven’t had an easy time in recent years. For awhile they dished out bigger weightings to defensive plays—bonds, cash and commodities. But for 2011, strategists recommend investors boost allocations to ride the wave.

  • China a Solid Bet For Investors: Goldman Sachs' O'Neill Thursday, 21 Oct 2010 | 10:50 AM ET

    The man who coined the term BRIC told CNBC Thursday that investing in China remains a solid bet, particularly if the Asian nation takes definitive steps to spur consumer spending.

  • ConocoPhillips CEO: Oil Could Climb to $90 Wednesday, 20 Oct 2010 | 5:26 PM ET

    ConocoPhillips CEO Jim Mulva said that oil prices could reach $90 in the next couple of years based on the demand in emerging markets.

  • Water Shortage Means Big Money for Small Alaska Town Thursday, 30 Sep 2010 | 4:59 PM ET

    What if Sitka, Alaska, could sell its water to those people or entites in the arid parts of the world? That would give the town a healthy revenue and put water where it's desperately needed. That’s

  • Safe Speculation? Friday, 10 Sep 2010 | 6:43 PM ET

    Isn’t that a contradiction in terms? Maybe not with this stock, Cramer said.

  • Buy These Fast-Food Stocks Now: Analyst Wednesday, 8 Sep 2010 | 11:37 AM ET

    Fast-food stocks such as McDonald’s and Yum Brands are trading at all-time highs, so should investors get bullish on the sector? David Palmer, senior restaurant analyst at UBS, discussed his outlook.

  • Factory Orders Up Slightly on Transportation Demand Thursday, 2 Sep 2010 | 10:24 AM ET

    Orders to U.S. factories managed a slight gain in July as a surge in demand for commercial aircraft helped offset widespread weakness in other areas.

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