Results for "international investing"

Displaying 531 results

Sort: Date | Relevance

Author:

Japan market opportunity: Hidden in plain sight

August 26, 2015

Positive investment news continues to come out of Japan, including strong corporate profits, the end of crippling deflation, a rising stock market and a new corporate governance code that is making Japan a more investor-friendly destination...

Market reaction to Greece doesn't signal end of bull market

July 1, 2015

With Monday's blog and Street$marts being on the long side, I decided to wait a day to offer commentary on how the markets' reaction to the impending default, bank closure, referendum, etc., in Greece would impact the new month and quarter....

Japanese stocks may have hit bottom after earthquake

May 29, 2011

The 9.0-magnitude earthquake that devastated Japan is likely to leave buying opportunities in its aftermath — even as certain economic indicators point in the opposite direction. “We haven't seen Japanese stocks this cheap in a long time,”...

Japan quake to trigger global sell-off?

March 16, 2011

The tragic, unpredictable events playing out in Japan are leaving money managers and market watchers at odds over whether the financial markets are becoming more attractive or more risky. “We think after a disaster like this, it's typical...

El-Erian: 'Japan can navigate this'

March 15, 2011

Japanese investors will repatriate funds as the nation seeks to recover from its strongest earthquake on record, said Mohamed El-Erian, chief executive officer at Pacific Investment Management Co. “We know that inflation will spike because...

Nikkei plunge an ‘overreaction,' Oakmark managers say

March 15, 2011

The precipitous drop in the Japanese stock market could be a buying opportunity, according to David Herro and Robert Taylor, portfolio managers of the popular Oakmark International fund. "We believe a buying opportunity may be created when select...

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,...

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...

Looking for investment value across the globe

January 21, 2015

Whenever we're asked for an outlook, we're always reminded of the words of our founder, Sir John Templeton: “I never ask if the market is going to go up or down because I don't know, and, besides, it doesn't matter. I search nation after nation...

Top money managers see sun rising on Japan

February 7, 2010

Money managers and advisers have spent their careers avoiding Japanese stocks. But now, some prominent stock pickers, including BlackRock Inc., First Eagle Investment Management LLC, Thornburg Investment Management Inc. and Wasatch Advisors...

Investors pull back, fearing China on the verge of a stumble

February 7, 2010

China's economic engine powers on, but some consultants and managers are becoming more cautious about investing in the Asian giant — at least in the short term. The long-term prospects for China remain solid, they said. But in the next year,...

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...

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...

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...

Advisers take a short-term view of trade skirmishes

June 29, 2018

Heading into a week that includes the July Fourth celebration, it would be easy to overlook or ignore the impact of a potential trade war between the United States and several global trading partners. But savvy financial advisers are paying...

Gung ho Ken Fisher placing big bets on China

June 17, 2012

Billionaire Ken Fisher, who bought Chinese stocks as they rallied from a 21/2 year low in the fourth quarter, said that such shares will beat global equities as the government takes further steps to boost growth. China, which on June 10 announced...

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...

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...

Developed-market currency concern taking center stage

September 25, 2011

More institutions are taking cover as uncertainty surrounding the euro is putting developed-market currency risk at center stage of global investment portfolios, including equities strategies. “Historically, equities managers have been less...

« Previous PageNext Page »

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 ... 27

X

Hi! Glad you're here and we hope you like all the great work we do here at InvestmentNews. But what we do is expensive and is funded in part by our sponsors. So won't you show our sponsors a little love by whitelisting investmentnews.com? It'll help us continue to serve you.

Yes, show me how to whitelist investmentnews.com

Ad blocker detected. Please whitelist us or give premium a try.