October 10, 2014
Investment slowdown and Fed tightening are likely to put brakes on emerging markets; geopolitical risks spare markets but depress growth.
Aaron Timms • October 10, 2014
As refugees from Syria and Iraq flood across the border and the real economy suffers, Lebanon’s central bank is looking to start-up lending as a way to boost growth.
Tom Buerkle • October 09, 2014
Europe’s economic stall and Ebola outbreak constrain outlook for global growth.
October 09, 2014
Euro breakup risk has receded, but debt overhang continues to weigh on the economy; the euro is seen drifting lower.
Ralph Jennings • October 08, 2014
Asset managers urge the government to lift ceilings on foreign investment and develop domestic pensions to drive the market’s growth.
October 08, 2014
Don't trust the post-crisis rebound in stocks and housing, says economist David Levy; markets are likely to enter a period of secular asset price declines.
Allen T. Cheng • October 08, 2014
Akira Amari, Prime Minister Abe’s key economic enforcer, insists reforms are working and says government will take fresh measures, if needed.
David Turner • October 07, 2014
A decade after Poland’s EU accession, its economy outpaces that of many other member countries but remains vulnerable to euro area woes and tensions with Russia.
October 06, 2014
Economist Nouriel Roubini sees U.S. labor market improving faster than Fed expected but worries about untested macroprudential policies, and China slowdown.
Craig Mellow • October 01, 2014
Commodity weakness threatens to undermine Kremlin's main revenue source, putting a fresh squeeze on the economy.
September 29, 2014
There is no shortage of decent stocks, says hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman, who looks for equities that are mispriced relative to the market.
Henry H. McVey • September 28, 2014
When making allocation decisions, investors need to consider the disjunction between developed and emerging markets in this economic recovery.
Nick Rockel • September 28, 2014
In a global survey of high-net-worth individuals, almost half of Chinese respondents said they planned to emigrate within five years.
David Turner • September 26, 2014
Investors adopt a number of strategies: targeting the hardest-hit retail sectors, avoiding the middle or looking abroad.
David Turner • September 25, 2014
Despite economic problems, the Italian economy may be better than it looks. Two sectors on the rise: banks and small and midsize businesses.
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