Andrew Barber • November 21, 2014
A rate cut by the People’s Bank of China and a call to action by ECB president Draghi dominate market sentiment today.
Rick Rieder • November 21, 2014
A strong dollar is here to stay, and it’s more likely to reinforce the U.S. economic recovery than threaten it.
Rosalyn Retkwa • November 20, 2014
Eaton Vance has beaten rival Precidian to SEC approval for nontransparent exchange-traded funds, but don’t call its new offerings ETFs.
Andrew Barber • November 20, 2014
Japanese exports surge while PMI data for China the euro zone indicate sluggish industrial activity.
Robert Stowe England • November 19, 2014
Funds focused on smaller enterprises offer investors another way to diversify portfolios and drill into companies making inroads at the local level.
Jeffrey Kutler • November 19, 2014
With government talent and technology crossing into the private sector, cybersecurity and other analytical pursuits benefit.
James Shinn • November 19, 2014
ISIS has prompted a hard-line reaction from Gulf regimes that’s worsening the Sunni-Shia divide, even as falling crude prices pressure all sides.
David Turner • November 19, 2014
Contingent convertibles issued by European banks offer attractive yields, but they’re subject to write-downs and regulatory tinkering.
Andrew Barber • November 19, 2014
Bank of Japan reaffirms commitment to more printing; Keystone XL pipeline defeated in Senate; FOMC minutes released this afternoon.
Georgina Hurst • November 18, 2014
Some big custodian banks offer services through their peers in developing countries, but others cater to such markets largely on their own.
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