Scott FitzGerald • June 27, 2016
Pension funds that have their regulatory compliance in order have taken many of the same measures.
S.L. Mintz • June 27, 2016
In a volatile market, many companies struggle to justify large share-repurchase programs, according to our latest Corporate Buyback Scorecard.
Jeremie Banet • June 26, 2016
Sharp drop in yield spread between TIPS and conventional Treasuries reflects lower inflation expectations, not a change in investor preferences.
Michael Metcalfe • June 25, 2016
Now that Brexit is reality, the biggest task at hand is how Bank of England policymakers will handle any fallout.
Paul Markham • June 24, 2016
The questions lingering over what happens next for the U.K. is only the first cause for economic uncertainty.
Kaitlin Ugolik • June 24, 2016
The U.K. referendum was the talk of the evening at Institutional Investor’s 14th annual Hedge Fund Industry Awards last night.
The Editors • June 24, 2016
Fintech, hedge fund rising stars and a new designation for real estate stocks all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Peter Yi • June 23, 2016
With the SEC set to implement new rules on money market funds this October, it’s prime time to reconsider prime funds.
Institutional Investor • June 23, 2016
Active management is being challenged, says Blackstone Group's Gideon Berger, and managers' fees may not always be justified.
Tom Buerkle • June 23, 2016
Bitter referendum campaign will leave deep scars over immigration and economic insecurity in Britain and across the EU.
Kaitlin Ugolik • June 23, 2016
Investors are expected to pile into REITs following the creation of a new real estate index by Standard & Poor’s.
Nick Gartside • June 22, 2016
For clues as to how European, U.K. and U.S. government bond yields may perform, take a look at Japanese government bonds.
Julie Segal • June 22, 2016
Investing with longevity in mind is more than just accounting for lengthier retirements. It’s about predicting future trends.
Dan Weil • June 22, 2016
There’s room for growth in the asset class battered by low energy prices. The key: Look to the midstream and downstream segments.
Stephanie Flanders • June 21, 2016
Expect macroeconomic fluctuations in response to the outcome of the referendum on Thursday to have microeconomic knock-on effects.
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