How to Explain China’s Stock Market Crash to Your Clients
The crash in the Chinese stock market is very serious, but the likelihood of it spreading to U.S. equity markets is low.
Cheap Money Is Here to Stay
With commodity prices sliding, China slowing and governments reluctant to adopt bold reforms, jittery markets are demanding ever-bigger gestures from central banks.
Chinese Stocks: Too Hot to Handle?
A continued equity bull market in the Asian nation depends on several important catalysts.
Ready for Currency Wars?
Let's examine how financial advisors can defend client portfolios against the disruptive forces of currency warfare.
Growth and Value
Fort Pitt Capital Group started life as the money management division of a brokerage firm in Pittsburgh.
Emerging Markets on a Bearish Path
The BRICs declined more than 5% on average in 2013, with some indicators looking less than rosy for 2014-2015.
Soros Makes Predictions for World’s Top Economies
George Soros is heartened by current efforts to revive growth in the world’s major economies, the hapless eurozone being the one exception.
Mobius: China to Experience U.S.-Like Housing Crisis
The credit crunch was spiked by the Chinese central bank's tightening of liquidity.
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...
Market Will Set Yuan Level: China
Investors have been expecting a reduction in how much cash must be kept at PBOC by commercial lenders, after required reserve ratios were cut in November and again in February to lower them from their record high in June of 21.5%.