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Eurozone starting to resemble a blasting zone, says fund boss

June 1, 2012

All the king's horses and all the king's men are not likely to be able to hold the eurozone together, according to Dave Kavanagh, president of Dearborn Capital Management LLC, a $1 billion managed-futures firm. “There has been an enormous...

Merrill: Opportunities abound in German equities

May 29, 2012

The following is excerpted from monthly commentary by Merrill Lynch Wealth Management. As we approached mid-month in May, the conflagration around the Eurozone crisis has flared once again, sending equities reeling. BofA ML's European equity...

Crunch time for Europe

May 29, 2012

The following is weekly market commentary provided by Raymond James & Associates. The European debt crisis has been a long, slow motion catastrophe. The powers that be (the European Central Bank and European Union leaders) have lumbered from...

The whole world stinks — except for Canada: David Rosenberg

May 7, 2012

The steady drumbeat of negative news related to the European fiscal crisis could be signaling the beginning of the end of the euro. But that's not even the worst news, according to David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff...

'Hitch your wagon to foreign demand': SMU's Cox

April 23, 2012

In terms of investment opportunities, the next decade won't look anything like the past quarter century. But that doesn't mean there won't be investment opportunities, said economist W. Michael Cox, speaking today to investment professionals...

Middle Kingdom central to balanced portfolio: Malkiel

April 23, 2012

Allocating less than 9% of your clients' portfolios to China would be a mistake, according to finance guru Burton Malkiel, speaking this morning at the annual gathering of the Investment Management Consultants Association in Washington, D.C....

BlackRock sees bumpy road for China

April 22, 2012

China faces increasing challenges in maintaining its above-average growth rates, according to a BlackRock Inc. report. “China's old playbook of "invest and grow' no longer works so well,” BlackRock analysts wrote in a report that the money...

China's ghost towns should scare investors: BlackRock

April 17, 2012

China faces increasing challenges in maintaining its above-average growth rates, according to a BlackRock report. "China's old playbook of 'invest and grow' no longer works so well," BlackRock analysts said in a report the money manager released...

Investors see foreign junk as slam-dunk

April 6, 2012

The $28.4 billion Blackrock Inc.-led industry of exchange-traded funds that buy U.S. junk bonds is expanding into global speculative-grade debt as the notes outperform dollar-denominated securities by the most since 2009. BlackRock, the world's...

'Buy American' not the hottest investment strategy: Franklin PM

March 14, 2012

It may not come as any big surprise to hear a manager of an international fund describe “global as the new core.” But there is a lot of logic behind the argument made by Par Rostom, manager of the Franklin International Growth Fund Ticker:(FNGAX)....

Dublin down: Buy a bond, get a green card

February 29, 2012

Ireland plans to sell a bond with a different kind of coupon: a resident's visa. Under proposals to be laid out next month, the government will offer the visas to investors who spend at least 2 million euros ($2.7 million) on a new “low-interest”...

U.S. value buyers find gold in Europe's battered equities

February 26, 2012

Like bargain-hunting American tourists in the early 1950s, many U.S. investors are flocking to battered European equities markets, lured by what bulls say are some of the best deals on the planet. To be sure, the festering crisis in Greece and...

Greece moves toward second bailout as default spooks Europe

February 20, 2012

European governments moved toward a second rescue of Greece, calculating that the 130 billion-euro ($172 billion) cost of a fresh bailout is a price worth paying to prevent a default that could shatter the euro area. Finance ministers are weighing...

Separately managed accounts: What drove the 4Q markets

February 19, 2012

4Q Commentary by Nathan Behan DOMESTIC EQUITY After a truly dismal third quarter, the domestic equity markets bounced back strongly in October. Then, although daily volatility was high, these markets held mostly steady during the final two months...

'Mother of all bubbles' will pop China stocks: GMO

February 16, 2012

Peter Chiappinelli, portfolio strategist at institutional money manager Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo & Co. is preparing for the worst from the Chinese stock market. The firm is currently hedging its China exposure to near zero in the emerging-markets...

Purging of emerging market stocks halts, shares hit two-month high

January 18, 2012

Emerging-market stocks headed to a two-month high on speculation Greece is nearing a deal to write down debt. The MSCI Emerging Markets Index (MXEF) climbed 0.6 percent to 978.18 at 10:15 a.m. in New York, set for its highest close since Nov....

Occidental tourists get another shot at Matthews Asia funds

December 20, 2011

Matthews International Capital Management LLC is re-opening two of its Matthews Asia mutual funds, thanks to a combination of performance issues and outflows giving the funds fresh capacity to take on new money. The five-star $3.1 billion Matthews...

Famed investor Platt wouldn't touch this asset class 'with a barge pole'

December 15, 2011

Michael Platt, the founder of the $30 billion hedge fund BlueCrest Capital Management LLP, said most of the banks in Europe are insolvent and the situation will worsen in 2012 as the region's debt crisis accelerates. “I do not take any exposure...

Bank panic about to grip Europe: Kyle Bass

December 15, 2011

Kyle Bass, the Dallas-based hedge fund manager who said in 2009 that governments would default within three years, said Greek, Portuguese and Spanish depositors will withdraw money from banks in the coming months. “Just as Latvians ran to...

U.S. markets seen in limbo amid Europe crisis

December 11, 2011

Although U.S. equity markets showed approval Friday for the latest efforts by European leaders to shore up financial support for some of the weaker eurozone countries, market watchers remain cautious and are quick to point out that there will...

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