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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...

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...

Eaton Vance closes popular macro fund

September 27, 2010

Eaton Vance Corp. will stop accepting deposits from new customers in a global fund that seeks gains from broad economic trends after assets increased more than sixfold this year. Eaton Vance Global Macro Absolute Return Fund, which opened in...

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...

Best- and worst-performing equity mutual funds

May 14, 2017

LARGE CAP GROWTH Top 10 Portfolio net assets ($M) 1-year return 3-year return 5-year return Expense ratio* USAA Nasdaq-100 Index Fund (USNQX) $1,253.60 23.95% 16.07% 16.65% 0.57% Morgan Stanley Inst Portfolio I (MSEQX) $3,362.30 23.14% 12.71%...

Investors turn to international equity funds in April

May 12, 2017

Stock investors sent their money to Paris in April — and London, Hong Kong and Brussels, according to Morningstar's most recent report on mutual fund and ETF flows. International equity funds saw a net $21.1 billion in new money in April,...

Why global dividend stocks have become one of the best plays in the market

November 6, 2015

While equity markets continue to struggle, an increasing number of financial advisers are finding value in dividend-yielding stocks. In fact, equity income investing has become one of the best plays in the market, with quoted companies paying...

China's dilemma: Is it 1987 or 1929?

July 31, 2015

Having spent the summer ruminating over the macro events in Europe, my focus has now turned to the U.S. stock market crashes of 1929 and 1987. Why, you might ask? The answer lies in China, where policy interventions in the face of a steep selloff...

ETFs see outflows for first time since 2016

March 28, 2018

Exchange-traded funds saw net outflows in February, the first monthly exodus since 2016, according to Cerulli Associates. As Standard & Poor's 500 stock index dropped 3.69% last month, investors dropped domestic stock ETFs like an annoyed cobra,...

Making sense of China's huge stock market selloff

January 6, 2016

Chinese investors have been agitated by domestic authorities' proposal to implement the so-called “circuit breaker,” a mechanism designed to halt trading if stock prices gyrate too wildly in both directions. Investors collectively responded...

The foreign investment tax advisers should pay attention to

December 2, 2015

Advisers could be missing out on a way to maximize returns on their clients' foreign investments. Americans investing in non-U.S. stocks could be earning less of a return than they'd otherwise get due to taxes some foreign governments levy on...

Don't let currencies bite you when investing in international equities

November 11, 2015

For U.S. investors, the case for international equity investing remains compelling in spite of all the market turmoil of the last few years. The reasons are well-rehearsed: about two-thirds of the global equity market by capitalization is outside...

Volatility, rates, currencies bolster case for allocation to global high yield

October 26, 2015

Chalk it up to human nature, but many investors tend to shy away from ostensibly riskier asset classes when market gyrations, currency fluctuations and interest-rate anxiety dominate the headlines. In other words, times like these. Yet the same...

How to position fixed-income portfolios for rising rates and volatility

September 28, 2015

Even though the Federal Reserve declined to hike interest rates earlier this month, we still believe rates will rise modestly in late 2015 and proceed at a moderate pace thereafter. Given this backdrop, advisers are wondering how best to position...

Don't let fear cloud focus on China

December 4, 2015

For investors allocating assets internationally, it's important to stay focused on secular growth trends in China and avoid getting caught up in fears that could lead to missing out on potential long-term gains. Indeed, Chinese stocks could...

The market's zero-to-hero story

July 24, 2015

Financials are in the right place at the right time. Finally. A “zero-to-hero” story that has been years in the making Those Puerto Rican funds might just be more trouble than they're worth. UBS is swallowing a tough pill. The specter of...

Russia and the energy-stock short-sale question

March 25, 2014

Regarding Russia, is it time to start shorting oil and gas stocks? Keep in mind, we're talking about an economy built precariously on exporting massive amounts of raw materials to foreign buyers. It's complicated Here's what could happen to...

Three-year-old ETF becomes only game in town for investors hoping to play Greece volatility

July 3, 2015

For Greek stock speculators, a three-year- old security listed in the U.S. was just about the only game in town this week. The Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF traded a record 14 million shares over three days, plunging 19% on Monday and then regaining...

Financial Twitter reacts to Brexit vote

June 24, 2016

News that Great Britain's voters decided to leave the European Union by a majority of 52% sent shock waves around the world Friday. The financial community, including advisers, took to Twitter to share their reactions, predictions and advice....

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