Investors Bullish on Iran as Talks Proceed
In a few weeks, London-based boutique investment bank First Frontier will be taking a group of European institutional investors to Tehran.
Financial Freedom Fighters: Moving From Income to Wealth
Planner Deborah Owens is helping women and minorities adjust to the "new financial normal," where much financial responsibility lies on them.
Nigeria Ripe for Change With Buhari’s Victory, Oil in Spotlight
Nigeria's new president has opportunities for growth along with many challenges to contend with.
Stock Price Path Drives Investing Decisions: Behavioral Finance Study
When a big game ends in a tie, fans' reaction depends on how their team got there. The same goes for stock investing.
Oil Price Decline Forces Structural Change on Norway
Reports have suggested that Norway’s Golden Age, a result of the country's oil wealth, is coming to an end.
Investors Positive on Macau Despite Casino Revenue Slump
A near 20% contraction in the economy of Macau has led some investors to wonder whether the opportunity there has passed.
50-Year-Old Singapore Preps for Future Growth Despite Challenges
The Singaporean government has a strong track record, and investors believe it’s capable of the right kind of planning to remain a leading economy.
Schroders: Ongoing Positive Trends Support Emerging Market Growth
Allen Conway, head of emerging market equities at Schroders, is expecting emerging markets to come back into their own this year.
India’s New Budget: Boring but Solid, Watchers Say
The lack of “big bang reforms” in the new government's first budget is common market talk, but numerous investors believe the plan will boost growth.
More Asian-Americans Likely to Become Advisors
The challenges and benefits of providing financial advice will lead to more Asians becoming advisors, says planner George Dang.