Natural resource and population tailwinds
Saudi Arabia's successful 'Future Investment Initiative' ('Davos in the desert') last month and the much-anticipated listing of Aramco have reminded us of the potential of the Gulf region for investors.
Responsible for single fund offering
The world’s economies are at different stages in the business cycle.
Including three credit analysts
The story behind the company's Women's Network
Too much focus on isolated events
'Pendular nature' to 2019 flows
Following drone attacks on Saudi oil fields
Uncertainty around restoration of Saudi production levels
Fixing an overheating economy
Added to MSCI Emerging Markets index
Focus on Middle East
Where next for the oil price?
Profitability will return
A global price war in crude oil saw the price per barrel drop below $28 this month, as a supply glut and weak global growth continue to hammer the commodities sector as a whole.
Positive development for the frontier market
Concerns about oil prices
What the Iran nuclear deal means for oil prices
How managers are exploiting 'mismatch between perception and reality'
Oliver Bell, manager of T. Rowe Price's Middle East & Africa Equity and Frontier Markets Equity funds, explores the myriad investment opportunities open to the West following the landmark nuclear deal.
Clive Burstow, manager of the Baring Global Mining fund, explains how a multi-year supply/demand imbalance is creating value opportunities for investors in precious metals
Investors are moving out of frontier markets and in to global emerging market vehicles, including BRIC funds, to capture a reversal in their fortunes.
Geopolitics is likely to play a big part in the direction of markets and investors must play close attention to events in Russia and the Middle East, according to Smith & Williamson's James Burns.