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Jan 23, 2014
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Jan 23, 2014

From Iran to North Korea, investors spy the new frontier

LONDON (Reuters) – Iran, hoping for a full lifting of western sanctions, and North Korea are among extreme frontier markets that could attract adventurous fund managers with the stomach for high political risk in the search for higher returns.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland on Thursday that Iran was negotiating with the United States as part of a “constructive engagement”, inviting European companies to seize opportunities as relations normalize.

Jan 22, 2014

Investor view on emerging stocks deteriorates further

LONDON (Reuters) – Investors kicked off 2014 with a more bearish outlook on emerging market stocks, with concerns about a sharp slowdown in China’s economy topping their list of prospective risks, a survey showed on Tuesday.

Instead, investors favoured Britain and Europe where the growth outlook is more encouraging, according to the monthly fund managers survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Jan 21, 2014

Investor view on emerging stocks deteriorates further -BofA poll

LONDON, Jan 21 (Reuters) – Investors kicked off 2014 with a
more bearish outlook on emerging market stocks, with concerns
about a sharp slowdown in China’s economy topping their list of
prospective risks, a survey showed on Tuesday.

Instead, investors favoured Britain and Europe where the
growth outlook is more encouraging, according to the monthly
fund managers survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Jan 20, 2014
Jan 20, 2014
    • About Natsuko

      "Since joining Reuters as a graduate trainee in 2000, Natsuko has reported on issues surrounding global financial markets, monetary policy and central banking from Tokyo, Singapore, London, Paris, Madrid, Davos, Dubai, Moscow and Istanbul. She won the Reuters best scoop of the year in 2007 for a story on China's foreign exchange reserves policy and was also given State Street\'s best journalist of the year award in the same year. Currently based in London, she covers global investment issues and sovereign wealth funds on the Investment Strategy Desk."
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