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Time to short debt in emerging markets, Eaton manager says

October 24, 2010

Although much has been said about a possible bond bubble in the United States, there also may be one brewing in certain parts of the emerging-markets sector, according to Michael Cirami, vice president and a global fixed-income portfolio manager...

Time to short emerging-markets debt?

October 20, 2010

While much has been said about a possible bond bubble in the U.S., there may also be one brewing in certain sectors of the emerging-markets space, according to Michael Cirami, vice president and a global fixed-income portfolio manager at Eaton...

Nigeria the next 'gold rush': Goldman Sachs

October 11, 2010

Nigeria, Africa's biggest oil producer, will be the next “gold rush” on the continent as investors take advantage of a booming economy, former South African central bank Governor Tito Mboweni said. Nigeria's gross domestic product will overtake...

Incite: Buffett gushes over China

October 4, 2010

Warren Buffett says China's BYD Co. has “momentum.” It may have more to do with his name than the company's. Such is the power of the most famous investor. Buffett, worth $47.5 billion, according to Bloomberg data, homes in on a Shenzhen...

Bill Gross: Two countries with better investment prospects than the U.S.

October 4, 2010

Bill Gross, manager of the world’s biggest bond fund, said developing economies such as Brazil and South Korea offer attractive investment opportunities as growth in developed markets including the U.S. has slowed. Brazil offers real interest...

Mobius talks Turkey: Best bet in emerging Europe

September 30, 2010

Templeton Asset Management Ltd. plans to invest $250 million in Turkish equities very soon, as the country's stocks are by far the most attractive among emerging European countries, Mark Mobius said. “Just this month we will be putting another...

Rethinking risk in fixed income

September 12, 2010

Although the run-up in emerging-markets debt may seem a little long in the tooth, a good case can still be made for purchasing these bonds. By most measures, the average 6% yield on the broad category of emerging-markets government bonds looks...

Janus plans global push into fixed-income funds

September 5, 2010

Janus Capital Group Inc. wants a bigger share of the red-hot bond market. Richard M. Weil, a 14-year veteran of Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC who was chosen in February as Janus' chief executive, has put building Janus' fixed-income...

Yield-hungry investors look to emerging markets

August 22, 2010

Put off by the paltry yields on Treasuries, many investors are turning to emerging-markets sovereign debt for better returns. Since early June, investors have poured $1.3 billion into emerging-markets-debt funds, according to Lipper Inc., compared...

Investors shedding equities at 2008 levels

August 17, 2010

Asset allocators cut their holdings of U.S. equities this month to levels not seen since 2008 amid concern that the world's largest economy may be weakening, a BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research survey showed. A net 14 percent of respondents,...

Six investment tips to take away from the World Cup

July 12, 2010

Some people might think the hours you spent over the last month sitting around, drinking beer and watching the soccer World Cup being played in South Africa was a waste of valuable time. Of course, they are wrong. Between cries of “no way...

BlackRock's emerging-markets ETF outpaced Vanguard's in June

July 7, 2010

BlackRock Inc.'s emerging-markets ETF saw greater inflows than its rival offering from The Vanguard Group Inc. last month, marking the first time the fund has beaten its much bigger rival since October. BlackRock Inc.'s iShares MSCI Emerging...

Mark Mobius: Emerging markets investments that will benefit from the World Cup

June 29, 2010

I’m sure a number of you have been keenly following the World Cup matches as they play out across South Africa. For me, even though I was sitting far away, the opening match in the awe-inspiring Johannesburg venue felt especially close to...

Money managers see pay dirt in oil crisis

June 13, 2010

As a result of BP PLC's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, many money managers see a host of investing opportunities in emerging markets, natural gas, renewable energy, cleanup technologies, environmental consulting and, in some cases, the oil...

Janus, Causeway Capital mull going more global

April 5, 2010

Janus Capital International Ltd., a subsidiary of Janus Capital Group Inc., and Causeway Capital Management LLC are separately looking to expand their global fund lineups, according to company officials. While emerging markets have seen a great...

Emerging markets emerging as a good bet, says Hennion & Walsh's Mahn

January 8, 2010

Money managers and financial advisers need to start looking beyond domestic equity and other traditional asset classes for risk-adjusted returns in the current market, according to Kevin Mahn, chief investment officer with Hennion & Walsh Asset...

Extended stimulus package boosts China shares

December 10, 2009

Chinese shares rebounded Thursday after the government extended tax cuts and subsidies for purchases of small vehicles and appliances to support the economic recovery. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 14.7 points, or 0.5 percent,...

ETF sponsors can't resist latest trend

November 29, 2009

Now that exchange-traded funds can come to market with relatively little fuss, providers are readying to launch emerging-markets ETFs in what industry observers call an ill-advised attempt to jump on the latest trend. Many of the emerging-markets...

Managers anticipating huge demand

November 8, 2009

Money managers are adding more arrows to their emerging-markets quiver as they anticipate institutional investor demand for such strategies to escalate. “My sense is that there are adequate products for the interest you have today, but that...

Global economies still rise and fall together

November 8, 2009

Experts have said for years that emerging markets were breaking free of their lock-step movement with developed markets. But the market crisis changed that view. Although few think that emerging markets are as dependent on developed economies...

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