James Shinn • July 22, 2014
The recovery, regulatory reform and geopolitics may be suppressing financial volatility, but many traders fear a sharp rebound.
James Shinn • July 21, 2014
Hedge funds struggle to generate returns with market volatility ‘distressingly’ low. Will the end of easy central bank money hasten a revival?
Aaron Timms • July 16, 2014
As the wave of punishment for big bank involvement in the pre-crisis subprime market continues, Josh Birnbaum and Tilden Park Capital have spotted an appealing investment opportunity.
Thomas W. Johnson • July 16, 2014
Leading investors disagree with Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s claim that the U.S. economy isn’t strong enough to stand on its own.
Robert Teitelman • July 16, 2014
The founder of Duquesne Capital blames the Fed’s monetary policy for the 2008 financial crisis and thinks we’re headed down the same path.
Craig Mellow • July 09, 2014
A year and a half after its IPO, MOEX shares are proving to be a rare investor magnet amid the region’s geopolitical uncertainties.
Tom Buerkle • July 01, 2014
The president has restructured the development bank to foster the spread of knowledge; now he needs to show that his model can deliver.
Alan Burke, Nathaniel Zilkha • June 30, 2014
By providing everything from private placements to mezzanine finance, alternative lenders can help fill Europe’s credit needs and promote a recovery.
The Editors • June 29, 2014
European banks are doing everything to spur growth and avoid deflation. Here’s a look at the ECB’s effectiveness.
Imogen Rose-Smith • June 26, 2014
As Republicans head into election season, Eric Cantor’s recent defeat highlights the risks of courting Wall Street and Main Street.
David Rothnie • June 25, 2014
European cable and telecom provider Altice’s $23 billion takeover of Vivendi mobile unit SFR is just one of the Morgan Stanley veteran’s notable transactions.
Robert Stowe England • June 23, 2014
In his recent book, the Former U.S. Treasury Secretary makes a case for dramatic government intervention during the financial crisis.
Jonathan Kandell • June 19, 2014
Nationalized during the crisis, the lender has returned to private ownership and sees a clear path to renewed profitability.
David Turner • June 04, 2014
In part because of a prohibition against charging interest, Islamic financial products are drawing attention in the present low-interest-rate environment.
Allen T. Cheng • May 29, 2014
Jack Ma’s money market fund has raised $90 billion in just ten months, posing a threat to the country’s banks and challenging its regulators.
The Editors • May 24, 2014
BlackRock, KKR, PIMCO and other Global Market Thought Leaders share insights and analysis on the housing market, commodities and more.
Ben Baris • May 22, 2014
At last week’s SALT conference, the former U.S. Treasury secretary and bestselling author engaged in a fierce debate over how to avoid another financial crisis.
Tom Buerkle • May 14, 2014
Can Beijing liberalize interest rates and free up financial innovation without unleashing instability?
Eric Johnson • May 07, 2014
Freeing up deposit rates poses a threat to state-owned companies and requires prior reforms, including a deposit insurance scheme.
Vita Bekker • May 01, 2014
BTG Pactual and Itaú BBA open Mexico City offices as part of their pan–Latin American expansion but face entrenched rivals with deep pockets.
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