Geoffrey Wong, head of emerging markets at UBS Asset Management, looks at the latest developments in three key emerging markets.
Difficulties remain while negotiating exit
Pressure on UK equities
Last month, the US Department of Labor reported average hourly earnings had increased 2.9% in January. Wage gains, largely absent from the post-crisis recovery, are good news for the economy.
Marking first anniversary of Article 50 being triggered
Experts cautious on UK economy's health
Structural growth in region
Not acting as a safe haven
Stunting investment in UK
President proposed tariffs on steel
Hung parliament most likely result
Both countries seeing improving sentiment
Policy response from last crisis still 'necessary'
Country goes to polls on 4 March
'Mutually beneficial solution'
Currently hosting Winter Olympics
Chinese New Year celebrations have arrived, as we leave behind the Year of the Rooster and usher in the Year of the Dog. So what are the key investment themes to look out for in China in the coming year?
Issue of 'self-doubt' and over-valued bonds
Inclusive Development Index
Forecasts 'enormously' under-predict growth in life expectancy
Months of talks between the parties
Russel Matthews of BlueBay Asset Management
Nationalisation debate a key issue
Allianz Global Investors's Simon Gergel