Tag: emerging market

Our top share picks for the brave investor: Finding opportunities in times of adversity

“In times of extreme market volatility (and corrections), it is often unnecessary for investors to look far down the quality curve to find attractive opportunities that will generate significant returns in future. This is oftentimes the correct strategy as those economic uncertainties causing market volatility can have far more dire consequences for lower-quality businesses,” writes Stephán Engelbrecht, Fund Management.

Transformers Summit: IsDB’s Hayat Sindi on why she believes empowering the youth will solve Africa’s growth challenges

The Islamic Development Bank's transformers programme is unearthing some surprising solutions to some of the continent's intractable problems from sanitation to transport. CNBC Africa’s Godfrey Mutizwa spoke to the bank's Chief Advisor to the President, Hayat Sindi on science, innovation and technology.

Transformers Summit: How this innovation is giving access to drinkable water to all, helping fight waterborne diseases

You drink it like you would any water but the Fair Cap is no ordinary drink. It's safe drinking water purified by a filter developed by a Peruvian company to fight cholera and other water borne diseases. CNBC Africa spoke with the founder Mauricio Cordova for more.

Transformers Summit: President Sall, Hajjar of IsDB on Africa’s development goals & challenges

Ahead of the ongoing Transformers Summit Senegal 2019, CNBC Africa's Godfrey Mutizwa spoke to President of Senegal, Macky Sall and President of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), Bandar Hajjar to discuss plans for Senegal to become an emerging market by 2035.

The investment case for SA equities

The emerging market risk aversion crisis is turning investors away from the South African market. Eugene Visagie, Portfolio specialist at Morningstar Investment Management is of the opinion that investors should ride the wave, he joins CNBC Africa for more.

Now is a great time to be investing in emerging markets, says investor Mark Mobius

More clashes are expected between China and the United States as the reaching of a trade agreement nears. Investor Mark Mobius spoke to CNBC on the issue.
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