Pierre-Yves Bareau • April 29, 2016
There are at least two reasons why emerging-markets debt is looking up, though investors should still be a bit cautious.
Andrew Barber • April 29, 2016
European growth surprises while inflation remains elusive; UPS faces pension charge; China raises currency band; Atlantic City teeters.
The Editors • April 29, 2016
The U.S. railroad industry, the partnership between NFL and Twitter and SoulCycle’s planned IPO all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Patrick Artus • April 28, 2016
Whereas a cyclical slowdown may be in the cards for the next 12 months, regulatory reforms instituted after 2008 have helped buffer against a more dire outcome.
Shehriyar Antia • April 27, 2016
Amid anemic economic expansion for at least the near term, look at asset valuations as a bellwether of macro fundamentals.
Jeff Ostrowski • April 26, 2016
Despite slowing demand in cities such as Boston and San Francisco, occupancies and rental rates remain strong nationwide, observers say.
Peter Weiner • April 25, 2016
Whether the Federal Reserve tightens policy or gives even more slack, pension plan portfolios need to be ready for either interest rate scenario.
Robert Michele • April 25, 2016
Although downside risks are growing in the junk sector, easy policy and modest growth should keep much of the bond market in a sweet spot.
Michael Molitor • April 23, 2016
A corporation that delivers technological innovation and productivity will do more to spur the economy than one that delivers luxury pet food.
Imogen Rose-Smith • April 22, 2016
The former Robin Hood Foundation executive is shaping impact investment strategy at the world’s largest asset management firm.
Institutional Investor • April 22, 2016
There are two things you need to love in order to succeed as a research analyst, says Sanford C. Bernstein's Trevor Stirling.
The Editors • April 22, 2016
Takeaways from the IMF meeting; regulations on derivatives and the Ukraine economy all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Dan Weil • April 21, 2016
Tracking down hedge fund Treasury holdings is difficult. What’s clear is that they’re shadowing, not shaping, the market.
Dan Weil • April 21, 2016
Regulators target some liquid alternative and exchange-traded funds. Will the rules make matters worse?
Steve Wager • April 20, 2016
A faster, more accurate posttrade settlement system would lend transparency and cost efficiency to financial transactions.
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