2014 Was Tough for Class Action Lawyers, Good for Investors: Report
The number of securities class actions filed stayed nearly flat, but investor losses dropped dramatically and dismissal rates rose, a study found.
Oil Price Decline Provides Support to Emerging Market Infrastructure Development
The fall in global oil prices has been a boon in numerous ways to those emerging market countries.
Qatar’s New Diversification Fund Attracts Investors
If ever there were an example of investing internationally to reap the benefits of diversification, perhaps Qatar’s new venture is a shining example.
Lower Oil Prices Increase Investor Appeal in Turkey – For Now
Turkey is one of those emerging market countries that investors are never quite sure about, and the lower oil prices are sparking investor interest again.
10 Big Economic Predictions for 2015: BofA Merrill Lynch
BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research released its annual year-ahead outlook, seeing strong fundamentals and robust growth in the U.S.
Investing in Russia Is Cheap, but Where Are the Investors?
Since the onset of the Ukraine crisis, many investors have been leery of Russia. Here are some reasons why.
Best Finance Tweets of the Month: November
Credit cards for communists, cow cartels and an Anthony Wiener moment from a Twitter exec.
The Strengthening Dollar
Who wouldn't want to own the greenback? With the Dow and S&P 500 regularly hitting new highs and the economy continuing to put up good numbers, the U.S. is a tropical island in a world dominated by fiscal malaise and geopolitical chaos.
3 Trades for QE’s End: The U.S. Growth Engine
The U.S. has emerged as the world’s economic juggernaut, which leads to a number of implications about where to invest client assets.
3 Trades for QE’s End: The Strengthening Dollar
Who wouldn’t want to own the greenback? But for every winner there must be a loser.