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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...

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,...

International funds continue to disappoint

June 1, 2018

International investors' long national nightmare hasn't ended — but if you're looking for a good entry point for relatively cheap stocks, it couldn't hurt to look abroad. For the past decade, international stocks have been a disappointment...

El-Erian sees 85% chance of Greek exit, putting him at high end of Wall Street expectations

June 29, 2015

Wall Street is shortening the odds on Greece spinning out of the euro area ahead of Sunday's snap-referendum. Mohamed El-Erian is at the high end. The former chief executive officer of Pacific Investment Management Co. sees the chance of Greece...

To keep riding the rally, follow the smart money

January 24, 2010

Catching a ride on the next leg of this historic 10-month stock market rally will mean following the smart money, mostly represented by institutional-class investors, toward a new concentration on quality and calculated risk. While last year...

A better way to get China exposure

July 28, 2015

If you're brave enough to wade into China stocks, here's something you ought to consider. This ETF invests in Chinese companies listed in the U.S. Brilliant! Repeat after me: Taking 401(k) loans out is a bad, bad idea. Here are three more reasons...

Fund managers brace for Argentina default fallout

July 30, 2014

Argentina's failure to appease creditors on Wednesday has pushed the country's fragile economy into its second default in 13 years in a move that could hit mutual fund investors with exposure to the country's debt. The default was largely expected...

David Kelly on the week ahead: Fundamentals and a wall of worry

June 14, 2010

The last seven weeks have seen a significant correction in the stock market, along with a surge in stock market volatility. The market's problems appear to be partly a reflection of genuine fears about the European debt crisis and partly the...

Bill Gross: It's now time for Greece to restructure

May 7, 2010

Greece needs to reduce the nation's debt through a restructuring and impose deep spending cuts to exit its fiscal crisis, according to Pacific Investment Management Co.'s Bill Gross. “That speaks to default, or in polite terms, restructuring,...

Wall Street veterans signal warning on emerging market risks

August 28, 2017

More investors are joining the cast of Wall Street veterans from Jeff Gundlach to Ray Dalio in warning that risky assets are overvalued. They point to rising global turmoil underscored by the recent terrorist attacks in Barcelona and the racially...

How advisers can better communicate the risks and rewards of investing in emerging markets

August 17, 2017

Senior columnist John Waggoner discusses how financial advisers can help clients better understand the advantages of having exposure to emerging markets and the increased volatility that often comes along with investing in them.

Japan: Still a bear or 800-lb. gorilla?

July 9, 2013

For over two decades, Japan endured an economic and financial market slump that rendered it the proverbial elephant in the room. It was there, but no one wanted to pay it any attention, much less commit assets. We don't necessarily count ourselves...

Catching waves across the pond

June 11, 2013

It's easy to get excited about a particular market when everyone else seems to be piling in, and the headlines are screaming of new record highs. That has certainly been the case with U.S. equities of late. While many investors are paddling...

What keeps institutional investors up at night?

September 26, 2012

The bad news coming out of Europe has slowed to a trickle over the past couple months, but institutional investors don't expect the good times to last. Seven out of 10 institutional investors cited fallout from Europe's sovereign-debt crisis...

BRICs a slam-dunk, say stock pickers

July 3, 2012

The biggest emerging markets are contributing more than ever to the global economy as their proportion of the world stock market shrinks, leaving investors with the widest valuation gap in seven years. Brazil, Russia, India and China, known...

Video: How Europe's turmoil can indirectly help the U.S.

June 19, 2012

In his June market report, Brad McMillan, chief investment officer for Commonwealth Financial Network LLP, says that the turmoil in Europe only has a limited direct negative impact on the U.S. economy because direct financial exposure to Europe...

Greek vote seen as positive, but investors still negative

June 18, 2012

The European markets are following the predictable adage of buying on the rumor and selling on the news after yesterday's elections in Greece. On the heals of a rally leading up to the elections, which was won by the party most likely to embrace...

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...

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...

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