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Investors pause but look past Paris attacks, keeping eye on the Fed
Much to the surprise of some market watchers, investors — and thus, financial markets — Monday looked past the brutal terror attacks in Paris on Friday that left 129 people dead and hundreds injured.
China equity exposure, already big in some funds, expected to increase in 2016
MSCI plans to add nearly two-dozen foreign-listed companies, including two of China's biggest, to its global indexes.
Financial markets brace for fallout from the Paris terror attacks
Breakfast with Benjamin: The financial markets are likely to be swept up in the immediate unrest following Friday's terror attacks in Paris.
Don't let currencies bite you when investing in international equities
The asset class offers portfolio diversification and a lot of upside protection but advisers can't forget about the impact of foreign exchange on returns.
Why global dividend stocks have become one of the best plays in the market
Companies paid out a record $1 trillion last year; about 70% came from non-U.S. companies
If clients are fed up with the U.S., consider a second citizenship
Citizenship by investment is a growing method that allows high-net-worth clients to shield their assets from the U.S. government.
How to work infrastructure funds into clients' portfolios
Three allocation strategies that could let clients tap into the global infrastructure boom
Volatility, rates, currencies bolster case for allocation to global high yield
The same factors roiling markets and driving volatility in many asset classes are creating opportunities across the sector's spectrum.
Yellen, yuan and yields: Global economies are more closely linked than ever
When China sneezed last quarter, the world caught a cold but smart investors found opportunity.
Stay calm and don't worry about Black Monday
Stay calm and don't worry about Black Monday Parallels between now and 1987 are thin at best Oct 16, 2015 @ 12:58 pm + Zoom (Bloomberg News) There are a few thin parallels between today and the days leading up to the historic Oct. 19, 1987 stock market crash that are getting attention, but nothing
Markets got you confused? You're not alone
Over the past few weeks, Credit Suisse's global equity strategist has met with customers in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. The takeaway is that everyone is baffled.
How to position fixed-income portfolios for rising rates and volatility
Benchmark hugging will not benefit most investors, so advisers must look far and wide for opportunity.
In Puerto Rico, a good thing gone bad for UBS
Investor claims pile up as the territory sinks in the downward spiral of a government debt crisis.
DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach plans new global bond fund
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach plans a new global bond fund just as a potential Fed hike could create new risks and opportunities for managers.
What markets to watch when the Fed hands down its rate decision
Breakfast with Benjamin: 'The decision' for Fed on interest rates could rock these 6 markets.