Bil Gross: ‘Zombies’ Roam Economy Thanks to Low Interest Rates
“Low interest rates are not the cure — they are part of the problem,” Gross writes in his latest outlook.
Cheap Money Is Here to Stay
With commodity prices sliding, China slowing and governments reluctant to adopt bold reforms, jittery markets are demanding ever-bigger gestures from central banks.
4 Midyear Market Trends to Watch: MFS
MFS’ midyear outlook examines the longevity of the current business cycle, the potential interest rate rise, why consumers aren’t spending and investors’ biggest mistake.
U.K. Election Kindles Economic Worries
Many investors are worried that the United Kingdom’s stellar economic run over the last few years may be coming to an end.
New Hire Roundup: McGinness Joins Envestnet as Managing Director
Meanwhile, Behringer announced that Robert Aisner will transition from his position as CEO and president to become chairman.
Research Affiliates Explains QE
Chris Brightman clarifies the different tacks taken by the Fed, the Bank of England, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan.
Oil Price Plunge Creates New Winners, Losers
Market shifts amid energy upheaval.
Fall of the Bond King: Gross Lost an Empire as PIMCO Cracked
Interviews with 25 current and former PIMCO employees paint a complex picture of the events that led to Gross’s departure.
Eurozone Troubles Make US Bonds Look Cheap
Investors are looking at the relative rather than the absolute value of bonds, the co-managers of the Osterweis Strategic Income Fund wrote in their October outlook.
What Would Scottish Secession Mean for Investors?
Moshe Milevsky, Niall Ferguson and Axel Merk comment on the economic damage, as well as potential investor opportunity, implied by Scotland's independence vote.