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Changing conditions create opportunities for kinder, gentler activists who can work with boards, CEOs and institutions.
With national coffers flush with oil and gas revenues, countries in the Gulf are ramping up spending — and pushing up regional equities as a result.
Rate liberalization is vital to sustaining long-term growth but comes at a big cost — rising defaults and a loosening of Beijing’s control.
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With help from new tools that make it easier to glean useful information from portfolio data, investors can better assess pricing and risk.
Exchanges around the world may differ in size, scope and clientele, says Mark Graff of Nasdaq OMX. But they share a global concern: how to deal with cyberattacks.
Google’s Eric Schmidt understands the threat that state spying poses to Internet providers’ growth prospects outside the U.S.
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It’s the weekend which means its time to catch up on recent FinTech news and reading:
In an overpriced equity market, investors can learn from my experience buying a house: Be sure to look behind every door, even the ugly ones.
When assessing sovereign debt, investors need to consider current-account deficits, political stability and the country’s demographics.
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Bill McKibben and Tom Steyer are helping to assemble an army of students and activists to take on the investment establishment over climate change and push endowments, foundations and other institutions to divest their holdings in fossil fuel companies.
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The Rothschild partner and cinema lover’s clients include the heads of energy conglomerate GDF Suez and advertising giant Publicis.
Shifting to market-set interest rates risks a rising tide of defaults and challenges Beijing’s grip on power.
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