The year is 2012 and it is time for you to get some Kenya in your portfolio. Kenya has one of the most rapidly-growing GDPs.
Over the weekend the World Bank sent out a tweet about Kenya’s “tipping point” – by 2020, Kenya will be a full-fledged middle-class country. Since 2001, many gains have been made [...]
This week, three more Canadian banks report on their second quarter earnings. While we see only average profit growth (due to less volume growth and tighter margins), capital gains are higher than expected.
Scotiabank’s Q2 Report
Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX: BNS) reports on Tuesday and is expected to give an estimate of $1.15 in earnings per [...]
When it comes to investing in emerging markets, that’s one area in which you really should play it safe. Not only are you not familiar with any (or most) of the companies, but precisely because some of them may be operating in more politically and geographically unpredictable regions, risk is a higher factor.
With the added [...]
iPad-owning investors, take note of the Wall Street Journal’s new MarketWatch Market Data iPad App – you have it on your iPhone, you might as well get it on your iPad now, too – You’ll get the same information you see on the iPhone app, only much clearer and easier to read and navigate.
The MarketWatch [...]
With news that Osama Bin Laden had been shot and killed by US forces on Sunday evening (between May 1 and May 2 in Pakistan), oil prices dropped and seemed to take other commodities down with it. More than three hours after the initial announcement on CNN, all commodities have sold off and analysts are [...]