emerging markets


Those are LeBron James' feet sporting Nike shoes on the court this month in New Orleans.

Nike earnings: Wall Street and Sneakerheads weigh in

Dec 18, 2014
The street vs. Wall Street on Nike
Posted In: Nike, shoes, emerging markets, nike earnings

How your mortgage is related to the debt ceiling

Feb 12, 2014
...not to mention the Federal Reserve and treasury yields.
Posted In: Treasury bill, mortgage, Mortgages, loans, interest rates, Banks, lending, emerging markets

As China slows, emerging markets stamp on the brakes

Feb 3, 2014
The Fed's actions are affecting emerging markets, but there's something else weighing things down: China.
Posted In: China, emerging markets

What tapering in the U.S. has to do with Turkey and South Africa

Jan 29, 2014
Why our recovery is throwing emerging economies into a tizzy
Posted In: taper, Federal Reserve, emerging markets

Emerging markets spook investors

Jan 27, 2014
Emerging markets are starting off 2014 in the worst place they've been in 5 years.
Posted In: emerging markets, Argentina, China

Global implications of this week's Fed meeting

Sep 17, 2013
Changes in U.S. monetary policy could create problems in emerging markets.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, tapering, stimulus spending, emerging markets, monetary policy

India and Brazil's economic reversal of fortune

Aug 30, 2013
Emerging markets that thrived during the recession are seeing the flow of capital dry up.
Posted In: BRICS, brazil, India, emerging markets

Surprise! Namibia's economics aren't the same as Laos'

Jul 9, 2013
Developing nations haven't weathered the 2008 financial in the same way. One author says we should stop pretending they have.
Posted In: emerging markets

Emerging market economies see currency slowdown

Jun 3, 2013
From the Turkish lira to the South African rand, many emerging market currencies are down as U.S. interest rates increase.
Posted In: currency, turkey, emerging markets

Beer makers look to emerging markets

Aug 22, 2012
Today, the Dutch beer giant, Heineken, says its facing sluggish growth because of lagging demand in Europe. It seems, on the whole, Europeans aren’t drinking away their sorrows over the debt crisis – not with beer anyway.
Posted In: beer, emerging markets