Germany Should Exit Euro, Not Greece, Economists Say
Greece’s recent resistance to continuing and even intensified austerity measures as it sought help to repay its various debts has brought increased speculation.
Global Stock Markets Saw Massive Inflows Last Week Despite Selloff
A funny thing happened in global financial markets last week, which could be a warning for future volatility.
What Yes, No Votes on the Greek Referendum Mean for Investors
The world’s markets are focused on Sunday when Greece votes on whether to accept terms of an agreement that could salvage the Greek economy.
7 Ways Greece Affects International Markets
Here’s a look at some of the top ways that Greece’s stance is affecting markets.
ING Plans $2 Billion Voya Stock Sale to Exit Insurer
ING Groep NV, the biggest Dutch bank, said it will sell its remaining 19% stake in Voya Financial Inc.
New Italian Prime Minister Creates Uncertainty for Investors
Italy could be in for a bit of a rough ride thanks to the resignation of its longest-serving president, Giorgio Napolitano.
SIFMA Blasts Proposed Financial Transaction Tax
SIFMA is criticizing Rep. Chris Van Hollen’s just-released tax reform plan, which calls for a financial transaction tax.
Seen and Heard: Get the Word Out to Get Women in the Industry
Pershing's Kim Dellarocca, consultant Angie Herbers and others on how to boost the number of female advisors.
Get the Word Out to Get Women In; Blending Active and Passive Strategies: October Investment Advisor Features—Slideshow
For our second annual women’s issue, Investment Advisor spoke with several female executives and business owners for an inside look at the state of women in the industry.
European Stocks Rise With Bonds as Euro Slips on ECB Stimulus
The European Central Bank unexpectedly cut interest rates and announced a bond-buying program.