For all the concern that there’s a crisis brewing in some developing economies, emerging markets showed resilience going into the final week of May, thanks to...
While billions of dollars will flow into Saudi Arabia with its inclusion in MSCI Inc.’s emerging-market benchmark in June, don’t be counting on the passive...
The list of potential pitfalls for Middle East investors next year is long.
The Arab world’s biggest bourse is losing its appeal to foreigners just two months after it won inclusion in MSCI Inc.’s emerging-market index.
Once overshadowed by its bigger neighbors in the Gulf, Kuwait’s market has emerged as the new darling of global investors.
Bahrain and Oman are the most vulnerable economies in the Gulf, but one has a $10 billion bailout package and the other is on its own.
Investing in the Middle East has never been for the faint-hearted. Marshall Stocker should know. Drawn by Egypt’s economic promise