China Antitrust Enforcement Harms Multinationals
International companies in industries as varied as pharmaceuticals, cement, milk and cars have been swept up in recent Chinese antitrust enforcement actions.
3 Reasons New ETF Could Boost China, Germany Investment Ties
One of mainland China's largest fund managers is looking to the West with an ETF based on Germany’s DAX.
Hedge Fund Winners and Losers in First Half
Hedge fund strategies come in and out of favor as the economic environment evolves. Here are the chart-toppers, and flops, for 2014 so far.
Axel Merk: Time to Take ‘Chips Off the Table’
“Instability may be the new normal,” portfolio manager Axel Merk warns. Is there anywhere safe to hide?
Can EU Anti-Allergy Regulations Sour Perfume’s Scents?
Should investors worry that new rules on perfume ingredients will taint the sweet smell of profits? It depends.
Alternative Asset Managers Targeting Retail Market: Cerulli
“These firms have been hard at work identifying ways to make illiquid private investments more mainstream and allow smaller investors into their funds,” Cerulli says.
Iraq Crisis May Lift Iran Oil Prospects
Does Iran have a role to play with respect to the future of global oil market dynamics as the conflict in Iraq continues to escalate?
Will the Bull Find Europe?
Just a few years separated from total financial collapse, Europe is bouncing back.
Tightened Conflict Mineral Regulations Could Pinch Unwitting Investors
The island of Jersey has recently made headlines over alleged failures to take action against purveyors of “blood gold.”
In Russia, Making Big Bets Where Few Investors Dare
Citing John Templeton, who took a huge stake in Japan during dark times, portfolio manager David Iben seeks reward in "maximum pessimism" investing.