Emerging markets: Hot or not?
Barclays Capital has launched an index that provides investors with exposure to emerging markets with political stability and good long-term prospects
Barclays Bank has listed 11 short and leveraged ETNs in New York, giving exposure to domestic and international equities and volatility.
More and more UK investors are using ETFs to diversify their portfolios, according to Barclays Stockbrokers.
Small-cap emerging markets outperform large-cap markets
Barclays Stockbrokers has launched an autocall certificate based on the MSCI Emerging Markets index.
Best bank for emerging market bonds: JP Morgan
Structured Products Europe Awards 2010
Managing principals Robin Creswell and Kristin Ceva say currency volatility is a risk for local currency investments.
New focus on tailored solutions for emerging markets, says Americas CEO Church
China Banking Regulatory Commission's Andrew Sheng and BNP Paribas's Jean Lemierre say speculation must be quelled; Sheng urges Asia to develop investment banking industry, create regional champions
The latest structured products released in the US public market include a divergence of exposures, split between reverse convertibles and accelerated growth. Underlyings are dominated by US and emerging equities.
UK investors have recently been offered emerging markets as an underlying, a commodity fund and no capital protection as providers have been able to structure some attractive payoffs
RBS offers the exotic to German investors
Emerging markets inflation offered in index form
Investors are now more interested in market fundamentals rather than the potential for further bad news about European sovereigns, according to Barclays Capital's fourth quarter outlook
The waiting game
Coping with correlation
New directions in infrastructure
As issuance volumes increase, HSBC products offer access to Chinese and Brazilian equities.
Thibault Delahaye takes over equity derivatives trading at BNP Paribas as former head Eric Deudon is appointed to lead the newly created emerging markets division within equities and commodities.
Corporates to drive EM growth but watch financial market development, say Credit Institute panellists
Panellists in the Credit Institute forum on ‘Sovereign or Corporate, Global or Local’ said that corporates will drive credit growth in emerging markets, but investors cannot afford to ignore financial market development or to forgo due diligence.
Investors remain under-allocated to emerging market debt, despite emerging countries growing more rapidly – and, in many cases, boasting healthier balance sheets – than developed economies, panellists say.