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.
Stephanie Flanders • June 21, 2016
Expect macroeconomic fluctuations in response to the outcome of the referendum on Thursday to have microeconomic knock-on effects.
Stephanie Flanders • June 20, 2016
Even if the U.K. votes to remain in the European Union this Thursday, economic uncertainty is likely to linger.
Stephanie Flanders • June 08, 2016
The second half of 2016 is looking bumpy amid possible Fed hikes and trepidation about what’s been supporting the market to date.
Henry H. McVey • May 12, 2016
The world’s second-largest economy is on track to see a slight uptick in GDP, but for the long term, it needs to get its debt house in order.
Fan Bao • May 01, 2016
The mainland market’s maturity is lowering the cost of capital, leading some New York–listed Chinese companies to go private and go back home.
Dan Weil • April 28, 2016
With gyrations in major currencies, including the U.S. dollar, it’s time for investors to figure out what to do with the forex in their portfolios.
Katina Stefanova • April 26, 2016
As the returns from traditional asset classes such as stocks and bonds get compressed, investors should still be able to capture alpha in currency markets.
Matt Mossman • March 15, 2016
Weak energy prices have undermined Baku’s oil and gas revenues and currency reserves.
Jonathan Kandell • March 14, 2016
The CEO of Russia’s top financial institution has called for legal, tax and other changes to diversify the country’s oil-dependent economy.
Jess Delaney • March 01, 2016
Countries from Norway to Russia to Saudi Arabia have begun drawing down their reserve funds to plug budget gaps and defend currencies.
Alexander Kazan, Karthik Sankaran • February 23, 2016
Politics constrains the macroeconomy and capital markets by weighing on policy choices, in turn affecting a country’s ability to manage shocks.
Jonathan Kandell • February 23, 2016
The president has lifted exchange controls and adopted a growth agenda, but he needs to reach a debt deal and contain deficit to sustain progress.
Dan Weil • February 18, 2016
Automation and regulation have begun to dramatically reduce the ranks of forex traders, particularly at the banks. One result: volatility.
John Bilton • February 11, 2016
The greenback’s recent travails are a sign of international economic distress rather than U.S. feebleness. A weaker dollar would help.
Jerome Booth • February 05, 2016
Quantitative easing has pumped up asset prices, and investors are losing their confidence in the U.S. recovery.
Dan Weil • February 03, 2016
Reeling from recession, the Petrobras scandal and a weak Rousseff government, the currency looks set to continue falling, analysts say.
Rick Rieder • January 26, 2016
As the hunt for returns continues, investors will want to be on the winning side of technological disruption.
Ken Dickson • December 31, 2015
Currencies offer a way to invest with an eye on macroeconomic trends like policy divergence, while possibly earning some interest.
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