The Bank of Korea's head of reserve management Heung Sik Choo says that the first investments in Chinese renminbi will be made this year.
The exchange traded products industry gathered net new assets of $67.3bn during the first quarter of 2012, making it the best start to the year ever for the industry.
Lesser-known rating agencies in markets such as Brazil, China and Germany are planning their challenges to S&P, Moody's and Fitch as new regulations take hold.
AllianceBernstein explains the rationale behind its latest products focused on emerging markets and high yield corporate bonds.
Africa has never been better placed for growth than it is now, according to Anthony Eaton, manager of the JM Finn Global Opportunities and JM Finn Africa funds.
Europe may flirt with recession, but consumer spending remains high in certain parts of the retail market, says Jack Neele of Robeco’s Consumer Trends Equities fund.
Index maker and data provider MSCI has opened a new office in Seoul, South Korea, to service growing demand in one of the most dynamic markets globally.
Stock markets across Asia have fallen after news of the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il renewed fears of political instability in the region.
Prudential is rebranding its Asia asset management business as Eastspring Investments as it plans to expand in Asia and enter the US market.
Carmignac Gestion’s strong performance this summer has silenced its critics and boosted confidence in the newly launched Carmignac Emerging Patrimoine.
InvestmentEurope’s first Conjecture* debate brought together experts in the field of emerging markets to debate the macro, micro and technical arguments in favour of this asset class.