Shares of Russian companies like Yandex and Lukoil rebounded Tuesday as jitters over the Ukraine-Russia crisis eased.
As geopolitical volatility builds in Eastern Europe, analysts warned that Citigroup’s exposure to emerging markets creates a near-term headwind.
Wall Street expressed early jitters over the fast-moving situation in Ukraine, but investors eventually shrugged off concerns about Russia's next moves.
It's hard to blame investors for losing sleep over China's $7.5 trillion shadow banking industry, but the fears of a new financial crisis may be overblown.
With the focus on the Winter Olympics in Sochi and the showcasing of President Vladimir Putin’s reinvented Russia, perhaps it is time to ask the question: should you buy Russian debt?&...
The Reaper Will Stay Away: It's been a tough year for Wall Street thus far. But analysts say it isn't time to going running into the safety of cash.
Toyota expects to rake in record profits this fiscal year on strong vehicle sales in developed countries. But demand could shrink in Thailand and other emerging markets, possibly curbing future...
On top of emerging market chaos and Fed uncertainty, investors are now grappling with fresh signs the U.S. economy is reverting back to its sluggish growth trajectory.
The selloff in U.S. stock markets hasn’t exactly come as a surprise. Stock prices, fueled by easy Fed money, had been on a tear for years and analysts had been anticipating some sort of correction....
The $6.4 billion of outflows from emerging market equity funds marks the largest cash exodus from these funds since August 2011.