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emerging markets staring at debt crisis? paul krugman, mark mobius think so




paul krugman is joining a growing contingent of economists and money managers from carmen reinhart to mark mobius in warning of a meltdown in emerging markets. the nobel prize-winning economist said the current episode bears some resemblance to the asian financial crisis in the late 1990s, when deve...



nobel prize-winning economist sees trouble ahead




paul krugman is joining a growing contingent of economists and money managers from carmen reinhart to mark mobius in warning of a meltdown in emerging markets.'something scary' could be ahead: nobel prize-winning economist paul krugman.photo: bloombergthe nobel prize-winning economist said the curre...



pension funds are fleeing emerging markets: mark mobius




you wouldn’t expect pension funds to sell in a hurry. but that’s exactly what they’re doing now in emerging markets, according to mark mobius. patient as they are, pension funds are also famously risk-averse, said the 81-year old investor who set up mobius capital partners llp after leaving fr...



emerging-market guru mark mobius set to retire after serving for 30 years




veteran investor mark mobius, the bald-headed market guru who became one of the most recognized authorities on money-making opportunities in africa, asia, eastern europe and latin america, plans to retire from franklin templeton investments after three decades at the firm. the company announced his...



mark mobius heads into retirement touting fresh emerging stock highs




after decades at the forefront of emerging-market investment, mark mobius is heading into retirement betting the best is yet to come. the 81-year-old money manager kicked off his final television interview before leaving franklin templeton investments on wednesday predicting developing-nation stocks...



markets live: indices edge higher, nifty above 10,450; it, pharma stocks up




jet airways hits fresh 52-week low on net loss of rs 10-billion in q4   shares of jet airways have slipped by 8% to rs 386 per share, their fresh 52-week low on the bse in early morning trade, after the airline company reported a standalone net loss of rs 10.36 billion in march quarter (q4fy18), du...



india achieved in 30 yrs what uk did in 150 yrs: nobel laureate krugman




nobel laureate paul krugman on saturday said india has made rapid progress on the economic front but economic inequality in the country remains an issue. india has become a much "better place to do business" than it was earlier, though the bureaucratic obstacles have not gone away completely but red...



asx sputters as mood sours




mark mobius has a left-field theory on why volatility in global stock markets is so low."social media is having a huge impact," the executive chairman of templeton emerging markets group said. "it's creating confusion with a lot of false news," he said."you're getting a situation where a lot of info...



tsipras says eurozone debt deal good market signal | news




greek prime minister alexis tsipras said on friday the country was emerging from crisis after eurozone finance ministers threw a new credit lifeline and offered more detail on possible debt relief."it was a decisive step, for the country exiting from this crisis. it was a clear step of confidence fo...



perils of debt: why businesses in emerging markets must tread with caution




investors are getting worried about emerging markets again, and they have at least one good reason: companies there are more indebted than they were ahead of the last big meltdown a couple decades ago. a lot has changed since the late 1990s, when a period of credit-fueled growth ended in a wave of d...



emerging markets shrug off crises for best gains in eight years




developing markets worldwide saw an eventful year amid north korea's missile power plays to venezuela's debt defaultbloomberg  last updated at december 14, 2017 03:23 isthttp://mybs.in/2ub8gef in 2017, the world's emerging markets saw blockbuster returns after easy monetary policy and budding globa...



when trump tried to give out "highly anticipated" fake news awards the




it was a novel idea for the new year, if not a good one. but there were problems from the start. finally, on wednesday night, the envelopes with all the lucky winners’ names had been (metaphorically) sealed and were ready to be tweeted them out in to the world by president trump. d’oh! apparentl...



tesco posts first full-year growth in seven years, united airlines, barclays




a leading think-tank predicts a "dramatic rise" in the us dollar and a "fresh debt crisis" in emerging markets, says the daily telegraph. adam posen, president of the peterson institute for international economics, said the federal reserve will be "far more aggressive than people think", with three ...



tesco posts first full-year growth in seven years, united airlines, barclays




a leading think-tank predicts a "dramatic rise" in the us dollar and a "fresh debt crisis" in emerging markets, says the daily telegraph. adam posen, president of the peterson institute for international economics, said the federal reserve will be "far more aggressive than people think", with three ...



pre-crisis debt issues 'rearing their heads' again, factory output surges, the g




the debt problems seen in the build up to the financial crisis are "rearing their heads" again, says the new head of the parliamentary business select committee. former banker rachel reeves mp, who worked at hbos during the crisis, said regulators needed to be "forever vigilant". just days ago, the ...



pre-crisis debt issues 'rearing their heads' again, factory output surges, the g




rising debt levels seen in the build-up to the financial crisis are "rearing their heads" again, says the new head of the parliamentary business select committee. former banker rachel reeves mp, who worked at hbos during the crisis, said regulators needed to be "forever vigilant". the bank of englan...



global financial system facing ‘perfect storm’




the global financial system is now carrying more risk that it was at the time of the financial crisis, a senior central banker has warned.see related ten years on: the financial crisis in numbersfamily debt close to pre-financial crisis leveldavos 2018: what’s on the agenda at the world economic ...



china debt surge seen weakening defence against financial crisis




china’s debt is poised to soar over the next five years, severely reducing the chances the nation can avoid a financial crisis. bloomberg economics economists fielding chen and tom orlik estimate china’s total debt will reach 327 per cent of gross domestic product (gdp) by 2022, double the level...



paul krugman blames note-ban, rbi & strong re for tepid growth




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fpi outflow hits five-month high of rs 110 billion in february




foreign investors pulled out over rs 110 billion from indian stocks in february, making it the largest outflow in five months, primarily due to better opportunities in other emerging markets. this is against the total inflow of rs 137.81 billion by foreign portfolio investors (fpis) in the indian eq...



be alert, not alarmed, about australia's high household debt




another day, another dire warning that australian households are about to crumple under the crushing weight of debt.the chicken littles of this world were set chirping last week by a special report by the international monetary fund, which today kicks off its annual meetings. illustration:jim pavlid...



markets live: sensex extends fall, nifty holds 10,600; financials drag




four years of modi govt: market return improves but still below upa's   the benchmark sensex has delivered 42 per cent return in the four years of the bharatiya janata party (bjp)-led national democratic alliance (nda). the returns are slightly below the previous government—congress-led united pr...



india business drives mondelez's emerging market growth in q3




india was among food-major mondelez international’s key performers within emerging markets for the third quarter of 2017, the firm’s global chief executive officer (ceo), irene rosenfeld, said on tuesday. addressing investors over a concall, rosenfeld, who will step down as ceo in november, said...



volatility's return is making a haven of asia's emerging markets




the specter of volatile financial markets is prompting investors to be more selective in emerging markets and asia is stacking up to be among the most resilient when it comes to economic measures. among the 22 developing economies, taiwan and thailand come out on top in terms of current-account bala...



rising dollar pummels emerging market bonds, cooling off a hot sector




the dollar’s rise is squeezing bond markets in developing countries like argentina, indonesia and turkey, gutting what had been a popular trade for investors seeking stronger returns. countries in the developing world have been borrowing heavily, supported by upbeat expectations for global growth ...