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John-Paul Smith, who predicted Russia's stock market crash in 1998, tells investors to flee emerging markets. 'Hold cash,' says the former Deutsche Bank analyst.
08/27/15 - 02:35 PM EDT
Investors need not fear owning shares of O’Reilly Automotive (ORLY) if the economy falters because the auto parts seller is the ideal stock when things turn down.
08/27/15 - 11:08 AM EDT
Talk of a collapse in Chinese exports due to the country’s recent stock market troubles is a 'bit overblown,' said Stephen Fenwick, CEO Americas for DHL Express.
08/25/15 - 11:28 AM EDT
The iShares Emerging Markets ETF is heavily weighted to financial services and technology. The iShares China Large-Cap ETF represents the FTSE/Xinhua China 25 Index.
08/25/15 - 08:40 AM EDT
Chinese stocks are plummeting again this week as investors show signs of giving up confidence in the market, economic growth and Beijing's ability to control share prices.
08/25/15 - 07:26 AM EDT
The global stock market selloff is likely to discourage the Federal Reserve from hiking interest rates in September, one economist said.
08/24/15 - 01:32 PM EDT
While most of last week’s stock market disruption was prompted by China’s surprise move to devalue its own currency, there are five additional uncertainties that continue to bother the investors.
08/24/15 - 09:00 AM EDT
Global markets sag and investors sober up from a buying binge surrounding a much-hyped economic conference last spring.
08/23/15 - 06:26 PM EDT
Oil exporting countries could be next to devalue their currencies after Kazakhstan and Vietnam follow China's move, putting global markets on edge.
08/20/15 - 02:06 PM EDT
Kazakhstan removed the tenge’s peg to the U.S. dollar, causing the currency to lose some 29 percent of its value against the greenback on Thursday.
08/20/15 - 01:05 PM EDT
Chinese-brand smartphones sell for less than half the price but without the perception of quality and social status associated with Apple.
08/20/15 - 11:35 AM EDT
The search engine is partnering with Hong Kong-based Infinix to provide low-cost smart phones in six African nations.
08/18/15 - 05:07 PM EDT