Rising US rates ‘good news for EMs’

Conventional wisdom says higher US bond yields hurt EMs, but the truth is often the opposite

Calm returns after volatile week

Wall Street shrugs off Fischer remarks

Volatile markets: Questions every investor needs to ask

What should your strategy be following ‘Black Monday’?

Entrepreneurship training vital in Africa

Start-ups want all the advice they can get

China rally fails to erase loss for week

Shanghai gains 4.8% on Friday but still down nearly 8% for week

Cambodian banks: still powering ahead

Very high growth rates look sustainable, at least in the short term

Venezuela cracks down on Colombia migrants

South American neighbours recall ambassadors in border dispute

Wall St extends recovery to second day

Brent crude has best day since 2008

EM portfolio flows negative in August

Outflows led by equity investors, though bond flows also turned negative during the month

US funds compare notes on torrid August

EM managers such as Hasenstab of Franklin Templeton post losses

China looms large over Wyoming

Policymakers meet at Jackson Hole amid global market uncertainty

Market rebound makes it tougher for bears

Equities remain overpriced but may be least worst option

Pakistan said to be building 20 warheads a year

Islamabad outpaces India in production of warheads, arguing it needs them for military deterrence

Ukraine secures debt restructuring deal

Agreement paves way for $40bn IMF support programme

Atlas Mara: Diamond in the rough

Shares in former Barclays chief’s African venture are struggling

Signs of differentiation in EM meltdown

Previous bouts of turmoil show all EMs can be caught up, but better fundamentals are being rewarded

China slowdown threatens Abenomics

Spillover effects will hurt Japan’s exports and war on deflation

Food groups wary of India’s new watchdog

Global producers grapple with a regulator seeking to assert its authority

China slide belies consumer market health

Nimble companies maintain profits as spending habits evolve

Republicans line up for potshots at China

Presidential hopefuls chide Beijing ahead of Xi’s Washington trip

Wall Street strikes a more confident note

S&P 500 has best day since November 2011

EM debt misses worst of global turbulence

Warnings over dangers of borrowing surge yet to be realised

Sberbank: one steppe at a time

Lender’s results will confound the bears on Russia

Obama on cusp of winning Iran vote

Agreement looks set to pass Congress despite opposition

China’s policies leave the world reeling

The sense of panic is exacerbated by mixed messages

S Africa central bank rules out rand prop

But governor fears for national economy amid emerging market turbulence over China

US approaches a true bear market

Sell-off would have a long way to go in event of US downturn

China equities sink despite PBoC rate cut

Fresh easing measures by central bank fail to stem market decline

China slowdown hits phone shipments

Big drop in country’s growth weighs on expectations

Wall Street recovery turns to dust

S&P 500 stages dramatic reversal

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