IMF Trims 2015 World Growth Forecast
The IMF forecasts lower annual global growth in 2015 largely due to the impact of weaker first-quarter growth in advanced economies.
Outlook for Emerging Markets Stays Sour
Emerging markets disappoint because of strong Dollar, low commodities prices, and tha prospect of a Fed interest rate increase.
Tough Times Ahead for Emerging Market Currencies
Economists expect further drops in exchange rates, but say lower commodity prices could limit how far the currencies fall.
Emerging-Market Corporate Debt: Invisible Bonds
Foreign borrowing by emerging-market firms is higher than it seems.
Emerging Markets Boost U.S. Trade Prospects
The outlook for cross-border trade continues to improve, although at slower pace.
Lessons Learned in Emerging Markets Resonate Elsewhere Too
Innovation designed to exploit opportunities in emerging markets can be transferred back home to positive effect.
Bank Lending in Emerging Markets Worsens
The deterioration reflects weaker economic performance in many developing economies, says the Institute of International Finance.
Emerging Markets: Financial Indulgence
Cheap credit is tempting emerging markets towards risky borrowing.
Emerging Markets: Emerge, Splurge, Purge
Western firms have piled into emerging markets in the past 20 years. Now comes the reckoning.
China Will Always Be a Struggle
Robin Li, CEO of China's largest search engine, says foreign firms will always find China a tough market to crack.