Alexandre Christie • November 18, 2014
Expect to see monetary policy continue to diverge, inflation to remain within central bank targets and growth to slow.
David Turner • November 17, 2014
As rates hit new lows, investors look for strategies that can generate interest or dividend income.
Andrew Barber • November 17, 2014
Japan sinks into recession; exports rebound in Europe; Halliburton and Baker Hughes merge in massive energy-sector deal.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • November 17, 2014
Kremlin uses propaganda to fan anti-Americanism and distract Russians from the weakness of their own economy.
Andrew Barber • November 15, 2014
G-20 meeting gets underway in Brisbane and a steady string of data releases keep Japan and Abenomics in the spotlight all week.
Allen T. Cheng • November 14, 2014
Glamour Sales Holding is the Alibaba of luxe, selling designer goods to Chinese and Japanese consumers at big discounts.
The Editors • November 14, 2014
It’s time to catch up on the stories you didn’t have time to read this week. Here are some stories you don’t want to miss.
Richard Scott • November 14, 2014
U.S. government policy since the financial crisis has discouraged economic growth and investments, but there is hope if politicians are willing to make tough decisions.
Andrew Barber • November 14, 2014
European GDP and corporate earnings data and U.S. critical consumer numbers dominate headlines.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • November 13, 2014
Investors confident in their ability to forecast the future should remember that four of a kind is a great poker hand unless your opponent has a straight flush.
Trang Ho • November 13, 2014
Money starts to flow to upgrade California’s water infrastructure, but it’s still just a drop in the bucket as the population grows.
Imogen Rose-Smith • November 13, 2014
There were many mixed messages on pension reform in electoral battles nationwide.
Aaron Timms • November 13, 2014
Former chairman Gary Gensler made the CFTC Wall Street’s toughest regulator. His successor, Timothy Massad, promises a more conciliatory approach.
Andrew Barber • November 13, 2014
China and Japan report mixed macro numbers; more signs of deflation from Europe; Wal-Mart reports earnings
Julie Segal • November 12, 2014
Index managers have won the debate over active and passive management, forcing the active crowd to up the ante on innovation.
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