Robert Stowe England • November 19, 2014
Funds focused on smaller enterprises offer investors another way to diversify portfolios and drill into companies making inroads at the local level.
David Turner • November 19, 2014
Contingent convertibles issued by European banks offer attractive yields, but they’re subject to write-downs and regulatory tinkering.
Frances Denmark • November 18, 2014
At SIFMA’s annual industry showcase, SEC Chair Mary Jo White delivered a bombshell on fiduciary standards regulation.
Alexandre Christie • November 18, 2014
Expect to see monetary policy continue to diverge, inflation to remain within central bank targets and growth to slow.
The Editors • November 14, 2014
It’s time to catch up on the stories you didn’t have time to read this week. Here are some stories you don’t want to miss.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • November 13, 2014
Investors confident in their ability to forecast the future should remember that four of a kind is a great poker hand unless your opponent has a straight flush.
Julie Segal • November 12, 2014
Index managers have won the debate over active and passive management, forcing the active crowd to up the ante on innovation.
November 10, 2014
J.P. Morgan's Tien-Tsin Huang sheds light on the latest IT services trends and how investors could profit from them.
Allen T. Cheng • November 10, 2014
In our first-ever Asia Investment Management Awards, we identify 20 asset managers who’ve managed to ride out short-term market volatility to deliver superior returns.
David Turner • November 06, 2014
These highly specialized manufacturers of niche products tap global demand and offer a play on Japanese tech.
Julie Segal • October 20, 2014
The departure of a star manager like PIMCO’s Bill Gross doesn’t necessarily hurt investors, but it can do serious damage to the fund company that employs him.
David Turner • October 16, 2014
Despite its sluggish economy, the country offers attractive stock picks from a corporate sector whose earnings have outpaced GDP growth.
Tom Buerkle • October 15, 2014
A fresh flirtation with recession in the euro area, and a lack of resolve to confront it, is undermining confidence in global markets.
Imogen Rose-Smith • October 14, 2014
The initial public offering of Pershing Square Holdings provides Bill Ackman with $3 billion in permanent capital — but at what cost to investors?
Andrew Barber • October 14, 2014
A slew of negative data points in Europe; the Chinese central bank cuts rates; JPMorgan leads a parade of key U.S. earnings releases.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • October 13, 2014
The world is full of financial-climate-changing problems, ranging from potentially higher interest rates in the U.S. to the Chinese bubble bursting.
The Editors • October 12, 2014
AllianceBernstein on the People's Bank of China, KKR on the global recovery and more.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • October 10, 2014
Riding the Bull: Investors worried about how to navigate overpriced equity markets don’t have a lot of options.
Andrew Barber • October 10, 2014
Concerns over Bank of Japan stimulus; the ECB to release bank stress tests results; both oil and the ruble come under more pressure.
Andrew Barber • October 09, 2014
British central bank leaves rates unchanged; German exports disappoint; machinery orders rise in Japan; and a series of earnings announcements are on deck in the U.S.
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