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.
After Turkish Election, Investors Voice Concerns
Though Erdogan was widely credited for Turkey's healthy GDP growth, investors worry he will concentrate too much power as president.
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.
China Leads Demand in Auto Sector as U.S. Market Sees Tough Road
Strong demand for luxury cars in China has not abated, but a challenging year is seen for the North American sector.
France’s First Benchmark Green Bond Spurs SRI Market
French utility EDF's recent 1.4 billion-euro Green Bond is furthering the growth of an asset class that's becoming ever more important in socially responsible investing.
Can Germany’s Economy Continue to Prop Up Europe?
Germany continues to play a pivotal role in the continent’s healing process, particularly given the weakening state of the French economy, but the country’s aging society is one of the greatest challenges to its economy.
European High Yield Will Do Well by Issuers and Investors
Fears that the European crisis would once again raise its head caused spreads on almost all high-yield bonds to widen.
Despite Challenges, Spanish Banks Turn the Corner
It has been a harrowing few years for the Spanish banking system, but now, some experts believe that it is on a positive course for the future.
Global Stocks Drop as U.S. Fiscal Cliff Deal Fails
Without an agreement, the U.S. economy will fall off the so-called fiscal cliff on Jan. 1 when Bush-era tax cuts expire and spending cuts kick in automatically.
Draghi Pushes Germany on ECB
The ECB head wants to buy bonds, and he doesn’t want to wait—and says it’s not necessary—to wait for closer political unity among European nations to do so.