Venezuela — with double-digit inflation, civil strife and signs of economic collapse — has seen the future, and it's in cryptocurrency.
Egypt is grappling with domestic tensions, and has the uncertainty of a presidential election on the horizon. Yet investors appear unfazed.
Brazil's election will be the most consequential since 2002 because it will mark a turning point.
As Iraq moves to reconcile its recent military victories and civil strife, some market investors are constructive on the country's outlook.
Nigeria's battered economy is on the mend, but a host of factors raises questions about whether its lucky streak can continue.
Hit by political turmoil and a sovereign downgrade, South Africa has managed to pull off something few people believed it could.
President Mauricio Macri appears determined to advance new reforms and build on his successes as he faces his third year in office.
Amid civil conflict, terrorist violence and regional troubles, Egypt is re-emerging as a destination for global investors.
Putin recently declared Russia's economic woes as being over, but economists say oil is still weak and economic reform stalled.
Brazil's thriving fintech sector has managed to defy the country's political and economic turmoil.