Andrew Barber • September 16, 2016
Big banks protest regulation, litigation and negative rates; experts question Trump economic plan; consultant accused of hiding ties to imploding hedge fund; Oracle earnings soft.
Andrew Barber • September 15, 2016
Sovereign yields rise as investors anticipate tightening; Aussie job data weak; U.K. limits foreign investment; Mylan meets Congress; Golfsmith files for Chapter 11.
Oksana Aronov • September 15, 2016
The market will eventually restore bond yield. In the meantime, investors should consider broadening their toolkit to include alternatives and private markets.
Amanda Cantrell • September 13, 2016
At today’s Delivering Alpha conference, the hedge fund founder says ‘radical’ central bank policies have inflated a bubble in global bond markets.
Dan Weil • September 12, 2016
Skeptics of loans from asset management firms fear what will happen to the burgeoning market during the next credit crisis.
Frances Denmark • September 09, 2016
The CIO at package delivery company UPS is always on the lookout for innovative opportunities to deliver pension fund performance.
The Editors • September 09, 2016
Liquidnet not only fixes the very basic problem of supply and demand for institutions, it also offers an exchange for corporate bonds — something that hasn't ever existed before.
Morgan Harting, Sammy Suzuki, Shamaila Khan, Laurent Saltiel • September 07, 2016
With signs of fresh life in several major developing markets, investors should think carefully before jumping back in.
Bailey McCann • September 06, 2016
The British bank faces a lawsuit after underwriting a convertible bond deal that left investors with worthless stock.
Jim McDonald, Daniel Phillips • August 30, 2016
With interest rates globally either near or in the cellar, look for inflation to remain lodged in place and economic growth to continue at a grinding pace.
Tom Buerkle • August 24, 2016
As central bankers gather for the Fed’s Jackson Hole symposium, they’re getting tired of being the only game in town.
The Editors • August 19, 2016
Virtual reality, green bonds and the Pension Protection Act all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • August 18, 2016
FOMC notes reveal continuing debate over rate hike; July U.K. retail unexpectedly strong; Japanese exports fall; Aussie employment improves.
Andreas Michalitsianos • August 17, 2016
Macro factors like the Bank of England’s bond-buying program and such market conditions as an uptick in M&A point to favorable conditions for high-rated corporates.
Andrew Barber • August 17, 2016
Trump names new heads to campaign; U.K. employment data surprisingly robust; oil falls on high inventories.
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