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This country's debt biggest turkey among emerging markets

March 1, 2011

The biggest selloff in emerging-market debt since 2008 is hitting Turkey hardest as unrest in the Middle East threatens to widen the country's current-account deficit and boost inflation. The nation's foreign-currency bonds have dropped 7.9...

Mark Headley: Good news/bad news for Asia

February 25, 2011

According to the famed fund manager, stocks in the region will outperform all other markets over the long haul. The bad news: things could get bumpy this year.

Don't write off Euro stocks just yet

February 24, 2011

Franklin-Templeton's Philipe Brugere-Trelat says fears of an economic meltdown on the Continent are vastly overblown

Concern about Egypt

February 13, 2011

Cumberland Advisors, which manages $1.5 billion in separately managed accounts, has shifted its portfolio to 20% cash — the highest that it has been since early 2008, over fears related to the situation in Egypt. With Egypt on the brink, managers...

Billionaire loses $2.6B in stock market — in one day

February 10, 2011

Billionaire Anil Ambani blamed “vicious and illegal” trading for a one-day stock rout that wiped out $2.6 billion in the market value of his six publicly traded companies. The plunge, led by a 19 percent drop in Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.,...

Investors calm as Egypt erupts

February 6, 2011

With volatility in the financial markets creeping up last week in the wake of the unrest in Egypt, this is not a time for knee-jerk investment decisions, according to money managers and market analysts. If anything, institutional money managers...

Powell tells advisers upheaval in Mideast could be downer for U.S.

February 3, 2011

“Follow me.” That was Gen. Colin L. Powell's motto as a young army lieutenant leading infantrymen, and it could apply just as well to registered investment advisers. “Your clients are your followers, and your purpose is to serve your clients...

Egypt an oil price powder keg? Not likely, says global fund manager

February 2, 2011

From a fixed-income perspective, the ongoing unrest in Egypt should not rattle investors, according to Sara Zervos, head of the global debt team at OppenheimerFunds. Ms. Zervos, who manages more than $13 billion in global fixed-income assets,...

Barton Biggs ‘not panicked,' not selling over Egypt riots

February 1, 2011

Barton Biggs, who recommended buying U.S. stocks when the Standard & Poor's 500 Index started rallying in 2009, said riots in Egypt are no reason to sell. The S&P 500 slumped 1.8 percent on Jan. 28, the most in five months, after intensifying...

Advisers: Clients not spooked by Egypt — yet

January 31, 2011

While Americans in Egypt evacuate with help from the U.S. Embassy, financial advisers are considering whether to keep investments in the embattled nation — and the rest of the Middle East — or get out. Some investors have already begun exiting....

Coming attractions? Japan could go bust after credit rate cut

January 27, 2011

Japan's credit rating was cut for the first time in nine years by Standard & Poor's as persistent deflation and political gridlock undermine efforts to reduce a 943 trillion yen ($11 trillion) debt burden. The world's most indebted nation is...

Top fund managers place overseas bets

January 23, 2011

Even after global stocks rallied 10% last year, valuations around the world fell the most in a decade, leaving companies in Norway, Italy and Mexico the cheapest and most attractive of all. The average price-earnings ratio of global equities...

Africa pure plays emerging for retail audience

January 23, 2011

Africa is emerging as the last great investment frontier, described by the press as a “gold rush” and a “bonanza.” Growing investor interest and the evolution of the region's financial infrastructure have resulted in more investment...

Stattman: Will BRICs lay an egg?

January 21, 2011

Boss of BlackRock's Global Allocation Fund discusses the rising valuations of emerging-markets stocks

How to ‘backdoor’ emerging markets in 2011

January 4, 2011

Emerging markets remain red-hot among investors, but rather than just making a broad sector bet, advisers should look for specific and strategic exposure to these economies as a way to minimize risk and take advantage of sweet deals. For example,...

Improved consumer spending seen fueling expansion

January 2, 2011

The U.S. consumer will likely be a force to be reckoned with in 2011. Despite punishingly high unemployment, lingering global economic turmoil and endless bickering on Capitol Hill, U.S. consumers appear ready to shoulder the hefty 70% share...

Debt drama: Advisers forced to confront eurozone woes

December 5, 2010

For financial advisers and money managers, the latest twist in the eurozone's deepening debt drama — Ireland's $116 billion rescue package — is a stark reminder to remain nimble-footed with regard to exposure to foreign debt. “We're worried...

Irish bailout bad for euro, ‘peripheral Europe’ debt, says ING’s Diaz

December 1, 2010

The European Union’s $116 billion bailout of Ireland’s largest banks is the latest reason to avoid exposure to the euro, as well as to sovereign debt from “peripheral Europe,” according to Chris Diaz, manager of the $525 million ING...

Investors wait for European ‘rescue' to save Ireland

November 30, 2010

The global financial markets are still trying to regain some stable footing following the $116 billion bailout of some of Ireland's largest banks. The Irish rescue package delivered by European governments, first announced over the weekend,...

Going global? Try U.S. stocks, says FPA Perennial’s Ende

October 11, 2010

Investors looking for more exposure to global markets can increasingly look to U.S. stocks, according to Eric Ende, manager of the FPA Perennial Fund Ticker:(FPPFX). In a concentrated portfolio of 30 U.S.-domiciled companies, 37% of sales last...

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