Foreign Investing

Deutsche Bank Reportedly Ready To Sell Off Asset Management Units As Euro Crisis Drags On

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by ScottMartin     January 13, 2012      0.0 (0) Germany's biggest bank is now willing to sell roughly $2 billion in asset management businesses -- including the DWS fund family in the United States -- in order to raise cash.

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Slowdown In Inflation And Growth Should Cut Valuations In Several Emerging Markets

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by shiggins     December 28, 2011      0.0 (0) Slower growth rates have led to falling inflation in many emerging-market economies. That will benefit valuations in some countries more than in others.

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Growth Among The BRIC Emerging-Market Giants May Have Peaked, Goldman Sachs Says

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by shiggins     December 28, 2011      0.0 (0) After a decade of manic growth, gross domestic product in Brazil, Russia, India and China rose at the slowest pace in almost two years last quarter.

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European Central Bank Warns Of A Tough Year Ahead For The Region

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by shiggins     December 20, 2011      0.0 (0) Slower economic growth will combine with the sovereign debt crisis to produce a perilous year for the Euro zone in 2012, the European Central Bank warns in a new report.  

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China’s Economy May Be Slowing But Chinese Stocks Still Hold Long-Term Promise

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by shiggins     December 19, 2011      0.0 (0) Fear of a hard landing for China’s economy has led to steep drops in China-oriented funds, offering investors bargain prices for solid investments.

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