Oil Price Decline Forces Structural Change on Norway
Reports have suggested that Norway’s Golden Age, a result of the country's oil wealth, is coming to an end.
Bob Doll: Fed Rate Hikes Likely in September
Although the Fed doesn’t appear to be in any “immediate hurry to act,” Bob Doll believes interest rate increases will begin in 2015.
Average Retirement Age Leveling Off
Cultural and structural changes that converged to reverse a century-long decline in labor force participation may have petered out, the Center for Retirement Research says.
Andy Friedman: The Best Time to Cash In on Washington Gridlock
While the new congressional term promises many high-profile battles, one in particular will likely trigger a market swoon and subsequent buying opportunity, Friedman says.
Are Asian ETFs Going Higher?
Some experts are weighing the pros and cons of adding to their equity holdings in the region.
Campaign Begins to Woo Investors in India After Successful Mars Spacecraft Launch
As investment campaigns go, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Make in India” brainchild had a launch that was literally out of this world.
Oberweis Plays Chinese Consumer Card With Success
The Oberweis China Opportunities Fund leverages a team of experts on the ground to sniff out smaller societal changes that reveal investing opportunities.
End of Eurozone Recession Doesn’t Signal End of Economic Woes
The Eurozone experienced its first quarter of growth since 2011, but it still has a long way to go.
Is Spain’s Economy Finally on the Upswing?
For the first time in two years, Spain's unemployment rate came down, inspiring hopes for the end of the recession.
Is France’s Economy a Surprise Threat to Eurozone?
The “bad boys” of the southern Eurozone, Greece, Spain and Italy, have gotten most of the attention when it comes to a possible Eurozone breakup, but the real threat may lie in an unexpected direction.