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Emerging Markets Update

June 2017

Noblia Advisors' Emerging Markets Update. Published June 23, 2017

Global Business News

Noblia Advisors' recap of business news that matter from around the globe. Published June 23, 2017

Country Updates

Argentina

Open for Business Again

This January 2016 Noblia Advisors Country Update reviews key facts about the Argentine economy and new business opportunities under President Macri's administration. By Eduardo Campomar © Noblia Advisors.

News

Noblia Client Announcement

Noblia Advisors announces the expansion of its practice in South America through a partnerhip with Mr. Eduardo Campomar, Managing Director, Rainmaker Consulting. January, 2016.


Recommended Reading

Classics: Peter Drucker on Making Decisions

In this 2004 excerpt from the Harvard Business Review you can read in five minutes this legendary management consultant’s reflections on what makes an executive effective.

Global Economic Prospects

This June 2017 World Bank report discusses the current environment of a fragile global economic recovery. © World Bank Group, 2017.

Latin America Trade Trend Estimates

This May 2017 report by the Inter-American Development Bank (BID) presents Latin American and Caribbean International Trade Trend Estimates. © Inter-American Development Bank.

Income Polarization in the United States

This March 2017 IMF Research Bulletin discusses the implications of a shrinking middle-class and its effect on consumption. By Ali Alichi, Kory Kantenga, and Juan Solé. © International Monetary Fund.


In the news

CNN

Goldman Sachs slants research to help Democrats, top White House adviser says

Kevin Hassett, President Donald Trump's top economic adviser, suggested Goldman Sachs may be slanting its economic research to help Democrats ahead of the midterm elections.


Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford, from the cornfield to the C-suite

Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford charts her career path, from her first job to becoming the first openly gay CEO at a Fortune 500 company in an interview with CNN's Boss Files.


The next big test for Elon Musk arrives this week

Read full story for latest details.


The next big test for Elon Musk arrives this week

Read full story for latest details.

WSJ

Tokyo Exchange Courts Asian Startups for IPOs

The Tokyo Stock Exchange aims to attract listings from Asian startups, leveraging the market’s recent gains and positioning itself as a preferred fundraising destination for companies outside Japan.


For Beaten-Down Maker of Alzheimer's Drug, Good Enough Will Do

In-line sales for Alzheimer’s drug Leqembi and a beat for rare-disease drug Skyclarys has Wall Street giving Biogen another chance.


Retire at 65? It's More Like 62.

A new study suggests people are overly optimistic about how much they can work later in life.


Meta's License to Spend on AI Gets Checked

The Facebook parent’s capital expenditures this year will rival outlays from Google and Microsoft, but advertising growth is slowing.

BBC

Harvey Weinstein's 2020 rape conviction overturned

New York court says Hollywood mogul, who remains in prison on other charges, did not receive a fair trial.


Hundreds more arrested across US in Gaza campus protests

Police clear student encampments in Boston and Los Angeles - and demonstrators clash with police in Austin.


Haiti's PM resigns as transitional council sworn in

The body will try to restore order and form a new government in the nation wracked by gang violence.


'Catch-and-kill' testimony resumes in Trump trial

The former president is accused of falsifying business records to hide a hush payment to a porn star.

NYT News

Southwest Quits Four Airports in Cost-Cutting Drive

The airline expects fewer deliveries of Boeing planes than before, and cited “significant challenges” in achieving growth plans because of it.


A New Battery Warns Parents if Their Child Has Swallowed It

The new battery by Energizer, with “color alert technology,” comes nearly two years after a report warned that more children were swallowing batteries.


‘To the Future’: Saudi Arabia Spends Big to Become an A.I. Superpower

The oil-rich kingdom is plowing money into glitzy events, computing power and artificial intelligence research, putting it in the middle of an escalating U.S.-China struggle for technological influence.