Market Views - International

Q&A: Some EM countries intrigue 
Sept. 24, 2015 :: Audrey H Kaplan
Unlike during the Asian crisis, many EM countries control key factors in their destiny
In short: China reminder that bubbles never last 
Jul. 10, 2015 :: Audrey H. Kaplan
Steep sell-off in Chinese equities was an accident just waiting to happen
In short: Worry about a 'Grexit?' Meh. 
Jun. 25, 2015 :: Audrey H. Kaplan Ruggero de'Rossi
The drama has gone on so long that the markets are prepared either way. They just want it over with.
In Short: Emerging-market Fed fears may be overdone 
May 7, 2015 :: Ruggero de'Rossi
Underlying conditions are improving and a Fed rate hike may not be all that disruptive
Q&A: Opportunities on the rise in Europe and Japan 
Mar. 30, 2015 :: Audrey H. Kaplan
Unprecedented monetary easing and improving economies lift outlook across both oceans
International investing's role shifts when dollar surges 
Mar. 17, 2015 :: Ihab L. Salib
When the dollar grows in value, the role of international investing shifts from appreciation to diversification and lower downside risk.
Q&A: Investing on the 'frontier' 
Feb. 5, 2015 :: Geoffrey C. Pazzanese
Although not yet ready for prime time, frontier markets are poised for rapid growth and investment opportunity.
European Outlook 2015: Surprise to the upside? 
Jan. 15, 2015 :: Audrey H. Kaplan
More monetary accommodation, lower oil, less austerity and valuations could make Europe an attractive alternative to the U.S.
Market Memo: What does China's No. 1 status mean for investors? 
Dec. 16, 2014 :: Brian J. Holland
Not a lot, really. If anything, a growing China is beneficial.