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AlphaShares fund offers China play — without the fireworks

December 14, 2009

The major pros and cons of investing in China could be summed up as growth and volatility. But Jonathan Masse, senior portfolio manager with AlphaShares LLC, believes the growth is worth the ride. “We're big fans of the China story because...

China shares rebound

December 14, 2009

Chinese shares rebounded Monday, along with other regional markets, after Dubai said it had received $10 billion from Abu Dhabi to repay debts owed by its Dubai World investment conglomerate. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index jumped 55.59...

China sees great leap in exports, factory output

December 11, 2009

China's exports are making a comeback after a jarring slump threw millions out of work, a sign of improving global demand that along with a torrent of stimulus money is accelerating recovery in the world's No. 3 economy. The trade figures for...

Extended stimulus package boosts China shares

December 10, 2009

Chinese shares rebounded Thursday after the government extended tax cuts and subsidies for purchases of small vehicles and appliances to support the economic recovery. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index edged up 14.7 points, or 0.5 percent,...

Fidelity unveils online international stock trading

October 25, 2009

Fidelity Investments, jumping on growing demand from investors for higher returns and diversification through international stock trading, is making it easier for independent advisers, brokers and direct retail investors to access overseas markets...

Allianz to delist from NYSE, other exchanges

September 22, 2009

German insurer Allianz SE said Tuesday it will abandon its listing on the New York Stock Exchange, and others, to reduce complexity. The Munich-based company said it has already filed a written notice to the NYSE and that it would inform exchanges...

FSA outlines proposal to ban commissions

June 26, 2009

The United Kingdom’s Financial Services Authority, in an effort to restore “trust and confidence in the retail-investment market,” has outlined a proposal to ban commission payments by investment management firms. The FSA, which is comparable...

Reports: German adviser kidnapped, beaten by unhappy elderly clients

June 24, 2009

Lousy investment performance apparently drove four clients of a financial adviser in Speyer, Germany, to kidnap the adviser and torture him for four days last week, according to published reports. James Amburn, 56, told the London Telegraph...

SIFMA to shed European operation

May 5, 2009

The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association of New York and Washington said today that its London-based European operation will be spun off and merged with the London Investment Banking Association. The new lobbying group, which...

Emerging markets attracting interest

April 19, 2009

A little more than one-third of private-equity investors without exposure to emerging-markets funds plan to invest in such funds within the next two years, according to a new survey conducted by Coller Capital and the Emerging Markets Private...

Iceland at the brink of failure

February 17, 2009

Iceland’s economic meltdown, fueled by its exposure to foreign debt, could bring the country to the brink of failure, according to research from Hennessee Group LLC. “Iceland had one of the highest standards of living in the world just a few...

Assets in Shariah-compliant funds fall

January 7, 2009

Mutual funds and discretionary assets that comply with Shariah, or Islamic law, fell to $65 billion at the end of the third quarter, a figure well below the hundreds of billions of dollars typically associated with the market, according to research...

Global institutional investors take heart

July 23, 2008

Confidence among global institutional investors rose this month, but was weak on the home front, according to the State Street Global Markets Global Investor Confidence Index. Confidence among institutional investors rose by 3.6 points to 82.6,...

The new China syndrome is soaring stock prices

September 17, 2007

Recent recalls of Chinese products, including poisonous pet food and toys coated in lead paint, are having little effect on red-hot Chinese stocks. A look at one of the most popular exchange traded funds following an index of such stocks tells...

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