Bob Doll’s 10 predictions for 2016
The Nuveen equity strategist shares his views on equities, bonds and even who will win the White House.
Cancer-drug prices vary widely even among countries with curbs
New Zealand patients pay about five times as much for Gemzar as Australians do.
Elderly to make up more than 40 percent of six countries by 2050
A New York-based group says Japan has done a good job of preparing for the shift.
Gross’ Fund Rises After Tweaking ‘Shorts of a Lifetime’
The Janus (ex-Pimco) fund manager anticipated a slump for German debt and Chinese equities; Janus Global up 0.8% in July, 1.6% YTD.
Beyond Greece and China: Expect a Volatile Passage
The serial bursting of market bubbles is far from over.
Plunge in consumer confidence exposes risk for U.S. economy
Swings in stock prices stemming from the Greek financial crisis and weakness in China took a toll.
Treasuries fall as Greece stability signs reduce haven demand
Treasuries fell after European finance ministers purportedly agreed to extend a €7 billion bridge loan to Greece.
Gundlach: Less Than 25% Chance of Fed Rate Hike in September
The DoubleLine CEO sees lots of volatility around and maintains his long-held belief that Greece will exit the euro.
How to Handle Clients Worried About Greece, China
OppenheimerFunds recently held a webinar outlining ways advisors can manage expectations and address client concerns during meetings.
Greece pointed to exit door as European leaders harden tone
The ECB will end its support for Greece if “there is no political accord in sight,” said ECB board member Christian Noyer.