Sweden’s Budget Could Unsettle Slow Economy
Sweden’s normally healthy economy slowed during the overall Great Recession, but rebounded in 2010 on strong exports and a profitable banking sector.
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.
4 Predictions by Billionaires for 2015: Soros, Icahn, Others
Based on shareholder letters and other writings from George Soros, Carl Icahn, Steve Mandel and other billionaire investors, here are four things to expect.
Gundlach: Total Return Fund May Close to New Investors
DoubleLine’s fixed-income expert also says dollar is likely to rise further and oil could weaken.
U.S.-China Climate Agreement Offers Investor Opportunities
Savvy investors should be aware of the potential opportunities and pitfalls this presents.
Investors Beware: Catalan Independence Could Upset Spain's Economy
Catalonia is moving toward independence from Spain. The result could mean trouble for the Spanish economy and investors need to be aware.
‘Abenomics’ Continues to Move Japan Forward
With “Abenomics” still a reality and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe likely to be in the lead for some time, here’s how investors see Japan.
China’s ‘New Silk Road’ to Spur Infrastructure Investments
Rails, roads, pipelines will help trade links to three continents.
Netherlands' Woes Stack Up
The sixth largest economy in the eurozone has had its share of woes, though it hasn't fared as poorly as some of its neighbors.
Closing Irish Tax Loophole May Spook Corporations but Not Economy
The Celtic Tiger is baring its claws in a different way these days.