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Billionaire loses $2.6B in stock market — in one day

February 10, 2011

Billionaire Anil Ambani blamed “vicious and illegal” trading for a one-day stock rout that wiped out $2.6 billion in the market value of his six publicly traded companies. The plunge, led by a 19 percent drop in Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.,...

BRIC's neighbors are where the value is, Fred Alger manager says

February 7, 2011

The investment opportunities in the emerging markets have spread well beyond just the core of Brazil, Russia, India and China, according to Dan Chung, chief executive and chief investment officer at Fred Alger Management Inc. “The growth of...

Comeback kid? Bill Miller vaults to top of mutual fund heap

February 3, 2011

Equities that fell farthest last year are surging the most in a decade, reversing the fortunes of mutual funds and signaling developed countries, banks and Asian exporters will extend the global rally. The MSCI All-Country World Index's 100...

How to play the turbulence in Egypt

February 1, 2011

The energy sector continues to rally in stride with the political unrest in Egypt, but most money managers and market analysts are advising against radically altering any investment strategies as the situation unfolds in the Middle East. “Trying...

Uri Landesman: How to hedge against Egypt risks

February 1, 2011

Investing in North American oil producers and even biotechnology companies are some of the ways to hedge the political unrest in Egypt, according to Uri Landesman, president of Platinum Partners LP, a $500 million hedge fund shop. “As the...

Protests turn ugly, and so do Egypt's borrowing costs

January 31, 2011

Egypt's plan to raise 4 billion ($683 million) Egyptian pounds this week at debt auctions was disrupted after protests rocked the North African country, forcing the government to close banks and the stock market. The government sold 2.5 billion...

Big surprise: Investors piling into Egypt ETF

January 31, 2011

Despite the massive unrest in Egypt, investors are piling into the one exchange-traded fund that is 100% invested in the country. Since early Friday — which was the second day that the Egyptian stock market was closed due to mass protests...

Best debt bet for 2011? Pimco offers surprising pick

January 28, 2011

Higher-rated junk bonds in Asian countries where infrastructure spending is fueling growth, such as Indonesia, should offer the best returns in 2011, according to Pacific Investment Management Co. With Asia's emerging economies forecast to grow...

India's infrastructure seen boosting returns

January 23, 2011

India is one of Asia's most compelling economic success stories. Structural reforms, positive demographics and globalization are spurring economic growth to new heights. Indeed, India is catching up fast to China in terms of the rate of economic...

Stattman: Will BRICs lay an egg?

January 21, 2011

Boss of BlackRock's Global Allocation Fund discusses the rising valuations of emerging-markets stocks

Vanguard's fee-light emerging-markets ETF passing rivals

January 20, 2011

Vanguard Emerging Market ETF became the third-largest U.S. exchange-traded fund this week, surpassing a rival BlackRock Inc. fund that just a year ago was twice as big, and adding to evidence that investors are migrating to the cheapest offerings....

How to ‘backdoor’ emerging markets in 2011

January 4, 2011

Emerging markets remain red-hot among investors, but rather than just making a broad sector bet, advisers should look for specific and strategic exposure to these economies as a way to minimize risk and take advantage of sweet deals. For example,...

Emerging-markets funds emerging as investor favorite

December 30, 2010

Emerging-markets mutual funds recorded the highest net inflows of any fund category in November as economic prospects in the U.S. and Europe continued to languish. Mutual funds in the diversified-emerging-markets category ranked No. 1 for net...

Good morning, Vietnam: Mark Mobius touts frontier markets

December 17, 2010

The steady flow of new equity offerings across Asia will be a major force in the performance of emerging-markets stocks, according to Mark Mobius, the Singapore-based chairman of the emerging-markets group for Franklin Templeton Investments....

Real deal: Brazil stocks could rise 70% next year, says analyst

November 12, 2010

Brazil's stock market may surge as much as 70 percent to a record by the end of 2011 as low interest rates worldwide and “reasonable” valuations lure investors, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. The nation's benchmark Bovespa Index may climb...

Janus Overseas looks closer to home for bargains

November 5, 2010

Brent Lynn has beaten 96 percent of rivals since taking over the Janus Overseas Fund in 2003, in part by investing in stocks from emerging markets such as India and Brazil. Now Lynn is finding attractive bets closer to home. Delta Air Lines...

Grantham and Biggs: Emerging markets about to burst?

November 2, 2010

Barton Biggs warned of a U.S. stock- market bubble as early as January 1997 and stayed bearish for most of the following three years as the Standard & Poor's 500 Index surged more than 90 percent to a record. A decade later, Biggs says another...

Mars Hill pulls back on emerging-markets bets

October 29, 2010

Mars Hill Partners LLC has made changes to the portfolio of its Global Relative Value ETF Ticker:(GRV) to short its exposure to emerging markets. The fund previously provided 25% net short exposure to the S&P 500, but this week, it put 15% of...

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...

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