So the Facebook IPO is wobbling a little — not really the thunder the market needed — and traders are looking for the aftershocks. We’re leading off with emerging markets stocks with exposure to the social media theme on tonight’s Trading the Globe (7:30 ET, CNBC).
We’ve seen a real bloodbath in the emerging markets, but multinational consumer stocks that have been in these countries for a long time look largely insulated from both Chinese sluggishness and the euro madness. We talk about defensive growth today on Trading the Globe (10:20 ET, CNBC).
With Facebook moving toward its long-awaited IPO, global social media shares have been rising. Trading the Globe primetime specials are back, so what better trade to talk about? Tune in Friday and see!
Whether it’s old-fashioned broadcast TV or streaming web movies, video entertainment is a global industry now. We lay out a few of the up-and-coming names in the space on today’s installment of Trading the Globe.
With Chinese manufacturing activity expanding at its fastest rate in a year and a political transition on the way, commodity stocks may be due a lift. That’s our topic on today’s Trading the Globe.
With headlines screaming that emerging markets need to spend $1.2 trillion on information technology just this year, the high-tech story starts to look global. We talk about the opportunities in today’s Trading the Globe.
The new Russian economy is coming along by leaps and bounds and it looks like President Obama is doing everything he can to keep the entente thriving. We talk about the factors driving today’s Russian market in today’s Trading the Globe.
All asset classes have been moving together in unusually high correlations since August, but traders can still beat the market if they pick the right names and avoid the laggards. We talk about why this is especially true in emerging markets today on Trading the Globe.
Vladimir Putin’s victory in this weekend’s Russian presidential election was never in question. The question now is where we go from here, and the latest Trading the Globe serves up some answers.
Tim is in Istanbul today, at the center of the most important trades in the world right now: the Middle East, the euro and the price of oil. He tells us what he is seeing in today’s Trading the Globe.