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Online offerings have taken off in the U.K., but the SEC is imposing tighter restrictions on what companies can raise and investors can invest.
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The greenback’s recent travails are a sign of international economic distress rather than U.S. feebleness. A weaker dollar would help.
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In the Year of the Monkey, cash-filled envelopes to officials have given way to cakes and fruit — some stuffed with gold or jewels.
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The industry’s fear of SEC enforcement actions should help lead to investors’ gaining a clearer picture of where their money goes.
The $11 billion sovereign wealth fund has an outsize role to play in promoting stability and economic development in this fragile island nation.
In a perfect world, hedge assets would hedge, and growth assets would grow. The world isn’t perfect.
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Christian Kern, who leads the J.P. Morgan team that outpaces all others when it comes to coverage of the euro zone's second-largest economy, explains why investors should underweight U.K. equities.
Money managers still crave meetings with corporate leaders even as the rules governing such interactions are changing.
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The U.K. asset manager has been hit hard by the slump in emerging-markets stocks, but CEO Martin Gilbert is keeping faith with the firm's people and investment process.
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