The next prime-time Trading the Globe special is coming to CNBC tonight. As always, we are looking at the issues driving global markets -- and the stories that might be overlooked in the U.S. press, but can still make traders money.
Tonight, CNBC, 7:30 ET, we discuss: The U.S. job market is the key to everything from China's industrial sector to the future of the dollar itself. Will today's numbers be enough to get traders to look away from the tired old euro saga and maybe take another look at foreign stocks? India was one of the worst performing markets last year but is already one of the leaders of 2012. One reason: New Delhi is finally relaxing oppressive foreign investment restrictions. But how do you play this market now? Alcoa's next quarterly report will tell the real story on global growth. Should you buy ahead of earnings season? Is China growing or slowing? We look for answers. Shanghai is at a three-year low, so it pays to find out just which U.S. names are at risk in a Chinese slowdown -- and which are poised to take advantage of the situation. Plus, you will meet the Lady Gaga of the aerospace sector. Hint : we are not talking about Boeing.
Previous Trading the Globe specials gave investors one of their first peeks at post-World Cup South Africa , toured emerging powerhouse Indonesia and took an in-depth look at the untapped economic power of Argentina .
Tim Seymour hosts top emerging market traders in their discussion of global investment ideas. Tune in at 7:30 ET tonight for another fast-paced half-hour roundtable discussion.
Markets like this are the future of growth, the future of investing, and the future of money.
Trading the Globe
As rising debt and slowing demand hobble the Western world, traders are hunting for the globe's next growth engine. Enter emerging markets.
The burgeoning economies of China, Latin America, Southeast Asia and Africa have all the components that used to make the American economy so attractive: an expanding middle class, a growing population and a burgeoning culture of entrepreneurship.
Still, American investors view emerging markets with equal doses of greed and fear: desperate for the gains only foreign economies can offer, but afraid of the unknown.
Trading the Globe will demystify these countries and companies, separate fact from fiction, and bring the reality of emerging market investing into the light.
In Trading the Globe, prominent emerging markets traders will gather for a fast-paced, half-hour roundtable discussion -- led by emerging markets hedge fund manager Tim Seymour -- that will highlight the big market moves from every corner of the globe and explain to viewers the ways to tap this unstoppable growth story.
This is the future of growth, the future of investing and the future of money.