Why I’m adding emerging markets exposure

Many holdings will rely on growth from the Far East

Dovish Draghi hits euro and Bund yields

Wall St turns nervous before jobs data

EM threat to Europe’s earnings recovery

Some sectors more affected than others by drop in demand

EM funk worsens, data show

Latin America and eastern Europe are hardest hit as GDP growth and manufacturing wilt

Calculated approach to tweets: iSentium CEO Gautham Sastri
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Market signals amid Twitter din

A wave of young companies mine networks to predict stock prices

European banks fight back in fixed income

US banks lose market share in bond, currency and commodities trade

China stocks lead European sell-off

Analysts remain upbeat on prospects for recovery from August lows

Global stocks hit by China manufacturing

Oil slumps and S&P 500 3% lower as Chinese factory sector stalls

US stocks end tough August on sour note

S&P 500 sees worst monthly performance since May 2012

Strong sales power Smith & Wesson

Wider market mixed, with energy sector best performer

Volatile markets: Questions every investor needs to ask

What should your strategy be following ‘Black Monday’?

Monetary policy the source of volatility

When QE tide recedes, distressed debt skills will be relevant

Market rebound makes it tougher for bears

Equities remain overpriced but may be least worst option

Bank sell-off to hit capital raisings

Widening gap between market cap and book value means equity issues will be painful for investors

Bears falter on European equities markets

China-focused stocks fall, but indices recover

Fund managers lured after market rout

Buying opportunities emerge from ‘Black Monday’ slump

Shares in LSE climb amid trading turmoil

FTSE 100 in biggest percentage gain in nearly four years

Turbulent markets frazzle investor nerves

China sets tone for latest stomach-churning day in global markets

African survey data point to solid growth

Activity at a 28-month high, but some remain unconvinced

Rollercoaster thrills and spills

After years of ignoring the problems in emerging markets, developed shares and bonds overreacted

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