Raiffeisen Capital Management's latest monthly emerging markets report suggests that China is in a position of relative stability compared to most other peers, which are reporting slowing economic growth.
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The managers of the Guinness Energy Fund are seeking the best way to play rising nergy prices.
Two private market investors with bases in Switzerland are set to boost their Eastern European property fund management operations after Allied Irish Banks agreed to sell its Polish property fund subsidiary and interests in two regional funds.
Research into emerging markets by Raiffeisen Capital Management suggests that although rates of inflation are falling and signs of economic pickup are improving, there is a danger that higher oil prices could force a monetary tightening.
Banco Santander is hoping emerging markets, particularly demand for private banking services in Brazil, will boost profits in 2012.
Guernsey has signed Tax Information Exchange Agreements (TIEAs) with Japan and Poland bringing its total number of TIEAs to 31, although recent statistics show investment in the island’s fund business dropped in the third quarter of 2011.
Eastern Europe has managed to improve its economic fundamentals since the economic slump in 2008. Yet investors remain skittish and fear that the crisis in the eurozone might spill over to Emerging Europe.
Marcus Svedberg, chief economist for Swedish asset manager East Capital, says there is a pricing anomoly between the premiums on bonds and the discounts on equities in the CEE region.
Emerging markets were caught up in the global equity rout over the third quarter. But was this a justified correction or has indiscriminate selling created compelling valuation opportunities?
Carmignac Gestion’s strong performance this summer has silenced its critics and boosted confidence in the newly launched Carmignac Emerging Patrimoine.
Taking growth, debt and political factors together, it seems rating agencies and the markets have got something seriously wrong, says East Capital’s chief economist Marcus Svedberg.
The Warsaw Stock Exchange, National Depository for Securities and Polish Ministry of Treasury have launched a roadshow across CEE and Israel promoting Warsaw as a financial centre, particularly for initial public offerings.
A group of investors from Australia managing about $30bn in four classes including infrastructure are boosting their Eastern Europe exposure, as one of their portfolio companies buys a controlling stake in Warsaw's heating network provider.
Being a reliable investment was good in the crisis, but investors in German property are now focused on the challenge of increasing returns
ING has made two promotions and two hires within its economics and research teams in London, Warsaw and Moscow, to focus on emerging markets in Europe.