MSCI Defers China Inclusion, Opts to Work With Regulator
Issues over the addition of A-shares into the global benchmarks have not yet been fully resolved.
Chinese Stocks: Too Hot to Handle?
A continued equity bull market in the Asian nation depends on several important catalysts.
Time for a BRIC Breakup
The inability of Brazil, Russia, India and China to collectively outperform peer emerging market nations indicates that something is badly amiss with the BRIC concept.
China’s Oil Refining Rises to Record as Plants Complete Repairs
The world’s second-largest oil consumer refined a total of 502.77 million tons in 2014, up 5.3% from a year ago.
With Low Prices, Should Wine Collectors Take a Sip?
The market appears to be stabilizing after a Chinese crackdown on corruption led to a price drop.
‘Ho Hum’ Equity Funds Deliver in Q4: Lipper
U.S. diversified equity products ticked up 4.6% in the period, while non-U.S. equity funds fell.
Investors Don’t ‘Get It’ When It Comes to China: O’Neill
The emerging markets move in divergent ways, and several in Asia are booming, former Goldman Sachs economist Jim O'Neill says.
Are Asian ETFs Going Higher?
Some experts are weighing the pros and cons of adding to their equity holdings in the region.
Top Portfolio Products: China Bond ETF From Global X
AssetMark adds donor-advised fund, while Franklin Templeton launches Social Security optimizer tool.
China’s Economy ‘Not Going Over a Cliff,’ JPMorgan Says
Its GDP growth is slowing to 7.5% from a 10-year average of 9.9%, according to a JPMorgan portfolio manager.