Eric Johnson • July 30, 2014
Guangdong province’s novel bond issue injects some transparency into local government finance, and may herald a big new investment opportunity.
Aniket Shah • July 30, 2014
The financial community needs to take five key steps to address the global macroeconomic needs of the 21st century.
Imogen Rose-Smith • July 29, 2014
Both Rhode Island and Providence tackled pension reforms. Now in a tight gubernatorial primary, the results have become very political.
David Turner • July 29, 2014
The forecast for the Russian economy is gloomy, but the stock market offers bargains. The key: knowing which sectors are safest.
Robert Stowe England • July 29, 2014
Look for the dollar to continue on a forward march against other developed-markets currencies for at least the next six months, if not longer.
Julie Segal • July 28, 2014
With future returns in the public equity and bond markets looking paltry, the big Canadian insurer is offering up a whole menu of alternatives.
Allen T. Cheng • July 27, 2014
The grand duchy is leveraging its mutual fund business and euro zone status with success, overtaking London for dim sum bond issuance.
Katie Gilbert • July 25, 2014
Legal marijuana may be a growth industry, but entrepreneurs, banks and financiers still worry about the federal government.
July 25, 2014
Thomas Luddy and Susan Bao of J.P. Morgan Asset Management say having a process in place when managing portfolios removes the emotion in decision making and creates a comfort zone for managers.
Robert Stowe England • July 25, 2014
Diversification and a desire to move into other equity classes sparked a turnaround in international equities during the first quarter.
Ben Baris • July 24, 2014
Glenview’s Larry Robbins and Omega Advisors’ Leon Cooperman both touted life sciences stalwart Thermo Fisher Scientific at the recent Delivering Alpha conference.
Aaron Timms • July 24, 2014
Stan Druckenmiller believes inversions present an opportunity to pursue broader reform of the U.S. tax system, tax hikes included.
Imogen Rose-Smith • July 22, 2014
Pensions are a key issue in Rhode Island’s governor’s race. Providence Mayor Angel Taveras praises his city’s reform plan, but deficits remain.
Dan Weil • July 22, 2014
The veteran credit analyst sees parallels between today’s market and that of the early 1980s, when he first made a name for himself in high-yield-debt research.
James Shinn • July 22, 2014
The recovery, regulatory reform and geopolitics may be suppressing financial volatility, but many traders fear a sharp rebound.
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