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The Renminbi: Don’t Bet on a Big Plunge

A devaluation of the RMB does not serve China's interests, writes Henry To, CFA. In fact, To believes the RMB will hold steady against the dollar for the rest of 2017, and he lists three reasons why.

Generating Alpha in China: The Missing Ingredient

With a combined market capitalization of $10 trillion, the Shenzhen and Shanghai stock exchanges are the second largest in the world, writes Tony Tan, DBA, CFA, and recent research demonstrates that, contrary to popular perception, they don't move in lockstep or mostly in response to macro factors. Investors searching for alpha cannot ignore them.

Marc Faber on the Changed Roles of Emerging and Developed Markets

Marc Faber discussed how the global balance of economic power has shifted over the past decade and what it means for investors, at the 2016 Financial Analysts Seminar.

Martyn Davies Is Bullish on (Some) Emerging Markets

The key to success for emerging markets is to reform institutions to compete for talent and capital on a global scale, according to Martyn Davies. Diversification is not a policy, but a “people-driven initiative” about attracting skilled workers and intellectual property.

Energy Markets and Musical Chairs

Ten years ago, we thought the world was running out of oil, that China and other emerging market countries would have insatiable energy demand growth, and that production costs would generally rise over time. We were wrong. Energy expert Amy Myers Jaffe explains why.

Weekend Reads from India: Interest Rates and Munger’s Take

In the latest Weekend Reads compilation, Shreenivas Kunte, CFA, curates readings on the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting, interest rates, the economic outlook in China and India, and more.

The Return of Geopolitics: “Markets Hate Uncertainty”

Willis Sparks of the Eurasia Group discussed the potential effects of geopolitics as a market influencer in his presentation to the CFA Institute Middle East Investment Conference in Bahrain.

The C-Suite Speaks: Getting Back on Track

It was a holiday-shortened week last week, so there weren't a lot of companies talking. It is annual report season though, so a lot of this week's quotes come from shareholder letters. Commentary continues to be positive. Optimism has rebounded with the markets.

Weekend Reads for Global Investors: AlphaGo, China, and Brussels

In the latest edition of Weekend Reads for Global Investors, Larry Cao, CFA, highlights articles on AlphaGo, a Chinese insurer's bid for Starwood, and the Brussels terrorist attacks, all developments that demonstrate how fast the world we live in is changing.

24 Charts: Chaotic China

China expert Gordon Chang takes a deep dive into China's economic situation in this interview with Will Ortel.



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