PIMCO Sees Year of Higher Growth, but Fed Rate Hike May Roil Markets
Global monetary easing, lower oil prices and move away from austerity are all net positives, the investment firm argues.
Ready for Currency Wars?
Let's examine how financial advisors can defend client portfolios against the disruptive forces of currency warfare.
‘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.
4 Big Reasons to Watch New Japan Hedge Fund
Long-short strategy could offer potential whether economy rises or falls.
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?
Niall Ferguson: The Black Swan Investors Should Fear
The conservative Harvard economic historian says there's a problem much bigger than Fed tapering for investors to worry about.
How the Fed Is Eroding Society: Grice
Dylan Grice's worrisome view of markets highlights a slow-motion unraveling of trust inflamed by the world’s central bankers through quantitative easing.
Alan Blinder Offers Stark Economic View; Sees Fed Rate Bind
Princeton economist and former Fed vice chairman Alan Blinder talks at IMCA conference about what’s next for the Fed and his take on regulation.
Japan Seeks Deeper Relationship With Africa
Many African nations are more than just natural resource plays, and Japanese businesses, playing a growing role in the region, are poised to benefit.
Roubini: Fear of Bond Market Rout Is Overblown
The normally gloomy Nouriel Roubini sees a good year ahead, particularly in stocks, but he warns of huge risks lurking thereafter.