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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...

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...

JP Morgan: Dodging the Greek bullet

June 19, 2012

The week ahead should be a busy one for financial markets as policy makers react to the results of the Greek election, the Federal Reserve considers further easing measures and investors ponder the pace of expansion in the U.S. and global economies....

How Spain has already won the Euro 2012

June 12, 2012

Spain secured a big win this weekend. While the defending champions in the Euro 2012 soccer tournament were unable to best Italy on the soccer field, Spain fared better against Germany by winning the best European bailout deal yet. Spain will...

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...

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....

'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...

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...

Rydex gung-ho on China, launches renminbi fund

October 3, 2011

Rydex SGI is scheduled to launch its CurrencyShares Chinese Renminbi Trust Ticker:(FXCH), expanding its CurrencyShares lineup to 10 exchange-traded products and offering investors a way to hold the official currency of the People's Republic...

Economy in ruins but Kathleen Gaffney still bullish on Greek debt

September 28, 2011

Kathleen Gaffney, co-manager of the $19.4 billion Loomis Sayles Bond Fund, said she continues to hold Greek debt and is buying sovereign debt from other European countries. The European Union has “too much to lose” if Greece were to exit...

No such thing as home-court advantage for investors

May 18, 2011

A marked home country bias prevents many investors around the world from going global — a big mistake, according to David J. Garff, founder and president of Accuvest Global Advisors. "Home bias is alive and well. The question is why," said...

Investors missing the 'party' overseas: David Winters

May 4, 2011

Investors eager to find compelling value plays might have to look a little farther than they did in the past, according to two portfolio managers. “The most compelling opportunities are no longer in North America but in companies domiciled...

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...

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...

One group that will survive the 'new normal': Pimco's El-Erian

June 15, 2010

Mohamed A. El-Erian, whose firm runs the world’s biggest mutual fund, says sovereign wealth funds are poised to profit from a reshaping of the global economy known as the “new normal.” “Although sovereign wealth funds were not able to...

Rise of Puerto Rico bonds has investors' minds blown

April 3, 2018

Of all the wild, head-scratching moves in financial markets this year, there are few that have surprised investors quite as much as the rally in defaulted Puerto Rico bonds. "It just blows my mind," said Matt Dalton, chief executive officer...

Equity kicker? Shaolin monks plan IPO

December 17, 2009

The famed fighting monks of China's Shaolin Temple plan a foray into modern finance. The local government entity in charge of managing the 1,500-year-old Buddhist temple's tourism-related assets plan to join with China Travel Service in a venture...

Plenty of growth in China — and plenty of initial public offerings

December 15, 2009

China has outstripped the U.S. in the amount of money raised from stock listings, underscoring the region's stronger economy and a resurgence in investment. Companies have raised nearly $52 billion from initial public offerings on exchanges...

Markets in Europe down on Austria bank worries

December 15, 2009

European stocks and fell Tuesday and the euro slid to a two and a half month low against the dollar on worries about the Greek government's debts and the financial health of Austria's banks. The FTSE 100 index of leading British shares was down...

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...

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