Andrew Barber • March 07, 2015
The head of multiasset strategies for Baring Asset Management discusses macro headwinds and possible fixed-income trajectories.
Georgina Hurst • March 04, 2015
Brent crude may hover around $60 a barrel. That will give markets a break on inflation and energy imports and curtail fuel subsidies.
Craig Mellow • March 04, 2015
Liberalization, on track for as early as April, is fueling international interest in the Tadawul, despite the setback in oil prices.
Harvey D. Shapiro • March 03, 2015
Our Country Credit survey shows widespread weakness stemming from concerns about the euro area and the health of emerging-markets economies.
Sanjay Nayar • March 01, 2015
India offers investment opportunities across a variety of asset classes and is in a prime position to progress in the global marketplace.
Ashby Monk • February 27, 2015
Welcome to the weekend, everybody. Here’s what’s new on the Avenue.
Jon Gorvett • February 26, 2015
Cyprus has rebounded more quickly than Greece from its economic woes earlier this decade, although domestic and geopolitical risks still linger.
Jonathan Kandell • February 26, 2015
Lower prices for oil, metals and farm products means much slower growth for countries from Brazil to Mexico, putting pressure on policymakers to find new sources of economic expansion.
Sharon Fay • February 26, 2015
Studying how the stock market shook out after previous oil price declines can help investors prep for a rebound in the commodity.
Allen T. Cheng • February 23, 2015
Previous prison term elevated the former Finance minister into the biggest rival to Prime Minister Najib Razak. Is history about to repeat itself?
Institutional Investor • February 18, 2015
According to Deutsche Bank's Mark Wall, economic growth may not be enough to overcome radical parties like Greece's Syriza and Spain's Podemos.
Kaitlin Ugolik • February 17, 2015
To remain profitable in the face of falling oil prices, U.S. shale firms are selling off storage and shipping assets and rethinking their capital structures.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • February 16, 2015
In a world of quantitative easing and near-zero interest rates, the unexpected drop in oil prices and jump in the Swiss franc have dire implications.
Tom Buerkle • February 16, 2015
The country’s charismatic new Finance minister has vowed to keep Greece in the euro area while scrapping most of its debt obligations.
Robert Stowe England • February 09, 2015
Advances in fracking technology are helping to sustain production in the giant shale formation in North Dakota and surrounding territories, even at today’s low prices.
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