Craig Mellow • December 22, 2014
An overlooked part of the currency crisis: that oil and metals exporters have been ordered to repatriate earnings. Are harsher moves ahead?
Matt Mossman • December 22, 2014
Authorities strive to harmonize standards between the Gulf and Malaysia, which could push Islamic bonds into the investment mainstream.
Andrew Barber • December 22, 2014
The Kremlin takes a series of actions to stem inflation and currency devaluation; bullish signals for oil.
Eric Lascelles • December 22, 2014
Although plummeting oil prices have hurt some players in the market, the overall impact on consumers and the economy will be positive.
David Richardson • December 22, 2014
A model portfolio substituting renewable energy stocks for fossil fuel companies beat its benchmark without adding a lot of volatility.
Henry H. McVey • December 21, 2014
The euro zone will likely avoid deflation like that in Japan. But the area’s economy will probably have to get worse before the ECB turns to QE.
Andrew Barber • December 20, 2014
In the lead-up to a shortened holiday trading week, investors ponder whether Santa Claus will deliver market rallies.
Archie Hart, Malcolm Gray, Therese Niklasson • December 20, 2014
Investors in emerging markets should incorporate ESG factors into their research to find companies with sustainable growth.
Anthony Rowley • December 19, 2014
The World Bank and other multilateral lenders challenge Beijing’s new initiatives over standards, reflecting a deeper political rivalry.
December 19, 2014
The week is over, time to catch up on the stories you may have missed.
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