| Emerging Markets reporters
Mexico Trade Surplus
Mexico's exports surged up 36% in January from a year earlier, driven by petroleum products. The rise outpaced a 23% annual jump in imports leaving the trade surplus at $398 million.
- Information provided by Euromoney group sources.
Mexico's state-owned company, Pemex, will not be privatized but reforms will be enacted to make the energy sector more efficient, Enrique Pena Nieto says
A new indicator that tracks emerging market companies' expectations for activity in the year ahead rose, although it remained at a weak level
Companies in emerging markets are likely to increase spending and investment this year, a survey of senior finance executives shows
The rise in yields on emerging market debt over the past two weeks represents a buying opportunity for some of the assets, an expert tells Emerging Markets
Easy monetary policies in developed countries increased the flows of capital to emerging markets, and this can lead to risks, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde says
Bearish Societe Generale analysts, who forecast the gold price crash earlier this year, are cutting their estimates as "the bubble deflation has further to run"
I would say the [regulatory] pendulum is striking back vigorously and very cruelly
Herbert Stepic, CEO, Raiffeisen Bank International
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