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Japanese Leader Opens Parliament With Pledge to Spark Birth Rate

Similar to China's discouraging demographics released last week, Japan faces the big challenge of an ageing population that isn't replacing itself.

Reign of 'King Dollar' to End in 2023

Check out these five currency plays, four of them in Asia, as ways to make the most of the weakening U.S. dollar and greater interest in emerging-market stocks.

India Ends 2022 as Asia's Best Stock Market as China Finishes the Worst

Entering 2023, we can feel inflation easing and are watching for long-term gain from the removal of zero-Covid in China, even if it results in short-term pain.

Will Thai Stocks Be Southeast Asia's Stars Next Year?

A solid consumer market and a strengthening economy suggest solid Thailand is set to outperform in 2023.

Emerging Markets Set to Outperform in 2023: Here's Where to Look

These are the emerging markets to target next year, with EM growth set to easily outrun that of the recession-bound developed world.

Indian Equities Act as Top Emerging-Market Allocation

India is the fastest-growing G20 economy, and despite issues with inflation and jobs, Indian equities have been a top defensive play during this year's global stock selloff.

If You Want Emerging Market Exposure Sans China, You've Come to the Right Place

Here are three ETFs that give investors access to emerging markets excluding China, with one ETF avoiding investment in repressive countries elsewhere.

14 Contrarian Stock and ETF Picks for Global Exposure

Risk-oriented investors should consider stepping into emerging and international positions.

Growth in Rest of Asia Expected to Outpace China for First Time in 22 Years

The World Bank says other Asian nations that face risks to growth for now are buoyed by exports and higher commodity prices.

Investors Eye Emerging Market Options ex-China on '6/4' Anniversary

The Tiananmen Square memorial vigil has been blocked in Hong Kong, as investors consider again how much dissent is allowed by the Chinese Communist Party even on the economic front.