Greek Deal Was the Easy Part for Both Sides
The negotiations over the weekend between Greece and European leaders were bruising and messy, and implementation of the deal will be equally difficult and uncertain.
Global Stock Markets Saw Massive Inflows Last Week Despite Selloff
A funny thing happened in global financial markets last week, which could be a warning for future volatility.
Global AUM for Investment Managers Increasing Faster Than Revenue
Fee pressure is keeping industry revenue down, while AUM increase is mostly due to market appreciation, a Casey Quirk benchmarking study shows.
In Search of Return: 3 Biggest Market Risks and How to Play Them
Last week we began a discussion on finding returns in this challenging market. This week we’ll look at three major risks facing us today.
Searching for Volatility in All the Wrong Places
Why is volatility in stocks falling while it's rising in fixed income?
Mutual Fund Performance in Q2 Barely in the Black: Lipper
Global stocks beat U.S. equities in the second quarter; mixed-asset funds head into the red.
U.S. IPO Volume Surges in Q2
The U.S. IPO market perked up smartly in the second quarter, PwC reported.
Greece, China Turmoil Hit Hedge Funds in June
Big declines in Chinese equities and uncertainty around Greece’s referendum cast dark shadows over the hedge fund sector in June.
Yellen Maintains Outlook for First Fed Rate Hike in 2015
But "unanticipated developments could delay or accelerate this first step," the Fed chief said.
Gundlach: Less Than 25% Chance of Fed Rate Hike in September
The DoubleLine CEO sees lots of volatility around and maintains his long-held belief that Greece will exit the euro.