Andrew Barber • February 11, 2016
Swedish kroner falls on news; British gilts briefly hit all-time low; Societe Generale earnings disappoint; Puerto Rico approves utility restructuring; gold surges.
Gerrard Cowan • February 10, 2016
Inflows into European ETFs hit a record high in 2015 on recovery hopes and attractive valuations.
Jeff Ostrowski • February 10, 2016
Investors and market observers disagree on whether prices will drop — and on the severity of a correction if there is one.
Andrew Barber • February 10, 2016
Global bond markets move to tax savers; Trump, Sanders victorious in New Hampshire; U.S. food services giant files for IPO; Deutsche said to be buying back debt.
Tom Buerkle • February 10, 2016
CEO Martin Gilbert is diversifying the U.K. fund manager and keeping faith with his people and investment process.
Allen T. Cheng • February 09, 2016
In the Year of the Monkey, cash-filled envelopes to officials have given way to cakes and fruit — some stuffed with gold or jewels.
Dan Weil • February 09, 2016
Sagging commodities prices and China’s woes have weighed on the greenback. Interest rate differentials might kick the dollar back in gear.
Andrew Barber • February 09, 2016
Japanese stocks sell off as yen rebounds; Sanofi reports drop in profits; New Hampshire votes in U.S. presidential primary.
Jim McDonald, Daniel Phillips • February 09, 2016
Equities got off to a shaky start in January, but don’t expect a full-blown recession just yet.
Michael Hodin • February 08, 2016
The aging of the global population is having a profound impact on consumers, companies and investors.
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