Crossing Paths: The 2013 IA 25
With Investment Advisor's 11th annual list of the most influential individuals in and around the advisor business, we decided to do something different.
Cyprus Bailout Shockwaves Travel Beyond Eurozone
A deal that “broke the rules” has struck fear in depositors’ hearts—and not just in Cyprus
BlackRock’s Koesterich: Europe’s Banks Are Its ‘Achilles’ Heel’
At a Commonwealth gathering, a BlackRock investment guru sees danger and opportunity in Europe and suggests the ‘great rotation’ to equities “is not happening."
Why You and Your Clients Should Care About the Cyprus Bailout
The EU just breached the safety of savings accounts everywhere. Can you say "bank run"?
Equities Light Rocky Road to Recovery
We are cautiously positive for the global economy, and for global equities in particular, as we look ahead into 2013.
Sovereign Debt: Emerging Markets and Developed Nations
Optimism may be surfacing in the Eurozone, and many officials may have backed off their original tough stance on austerity, but Greece is still battling its debt demons.
TD Bank Chief Economist Is Bullish on U.S. for 2013
Breathe a sigh of relief—Craig Alexander is optimistic about 2013.
Banking on Recovery with Looser Rules in Place
The New Year seems to have brought a trend toward optimism in global banking, beginning with the European Central Bank. ECB President Mario Draghi boldly announced in January that “we are now back in a normal situation” and no longer in a financial crisis. He did concede, however, that “we...
Roubini, Bremmer at Davos: U.S. Can’t Do More on World Stage
Davos interview brings comments on Clinton hearing and Obama’s ‘I have a Drone’ speech.
Roubini: Five Economic Risks for 2013
Nouriel Roubini expects a "multi-speed recovery" with “painful deleveraging” in most developed economies, he wrote in a Project Syndicate article.