Watch breaking news videos and read news updates about International Investing on investmentnews.com
More Americans renouncing citizenship
But declaring 'independence' comes with hefty taxes – which trusts can help curb.
Largest bitcoin exchange files for bankrupcy protection
CEO bows in apology to Japanese customers; possible theft of 850,000 units.
Proposed A-shares ETFs could transform investors' approach to China
Filling the pipeline of SEC filings are more than a dozen new ETFs that could potentially change the way investors access Chinese stocks. The proposed funds, which total at least 15 — mostly from Van Eck Associates and Deutsche Bank AG — promise to offer ETF investors fine-grained exposure to the
Investing opportunities abound in Europe
After six straight quarters of contraction, eurozone may perform as well as the S&P 500 this year.
New iShares ETFs let investors bet on developed markets while skirting currency risk
Offerings are attractive because the U.S. dollar is expected to rise against other currencies as the Fed tapers bond-buying program, eventually pushing up interest rates.
Breakfast with Benjamin: Fed shrugs off market selloff and sticks to taper plans
Breakfast with Benjamin: Janet Yellen's Fed is sticking with tapering but more econ data today could change the conversation. Plus: Stocks are down big so is it the overdue correction? And Japanese stocks fell 4% overnight, the case for index funds, BofA rate traders see smaller bonuses, and ...
Emerging-markets selloff sparks global concerns
Breakfast with Benjamin: Emerging market selloff raises contagion fears. Plus: Short-selling starts to make sense, Bill Gross plans to work till he's 109, Obamacare triggers downgrade of health insurers, economists bicker over minimum wage laws, and tricks of debt-free Americans.
BlackRock puts the brakes on market-moving analyst sentiment reports
Today's Breakfast with Benjamin features BlackRock's settlement with the N.Y. attorney general. Plus: Stock futures looking up, activist hedge funds rock, a look at 4Q earnings, the myth of cybersecurity, retirement mistakes to avoid and the upside of office relationships.
Goldman, JPMorgan advise ducking out of emerging markets
In today's Breakfast with Benjamin: Two big investment houses recommend exiting emerging markets. Also: Credit Suisse offloads risky assets, investment gurus get nervous about 2014, cold weather and a weak economy, and what will cost more this year.
Advisers betting heavilyon Europe's growth
The eurozone is finally starting to show signs of growth more than five years after the financial crisis, and financial advisers are betting that there is more good news to come.
Finra turns its ever-watchful eye on frontier funds
Finra turns its ever-watchful eye on frontier funds amid concern that risks are inadequately disclosed to retail investors.
Investors go berserk over Bitcoin trading platform
Also in today's Breakfast with Benjamin: Getting contrarian in 2014, El-Erian picks apart the Fed's taper plans, Morningstar warns against timing this market, more Obamacare taxes coming, and companies that got social media right
Big PE firms facing $1B settlement in collusion case
Plus: Asian markets are charging, hitting a year-end financial high note, how to use bond ETFs, Amex gets stung, and apps for getting fit. Check out Breakfast with Benjamin.
Adviser gets sacked after ripping off her NFL linebacker client
What Jeff's reading today: Jail time for adviser who ripped off her NFL linebacker client, plus: the taper question, 98% chance of a market crash next year, the yen-dollar trade, New Yorkers dodge taxes, and (surprise!) Congress wastes your money.
The 2014 contrarian investment tour, from rupees to copper
Don't try to catch a falling knife. It's one of the oldest saws on Wall Street. But to make a lot of money, sometimes you have to get a little bloody. So say contrarians like Brian Singer. The risk is great, "but the return is of such an astounding magnitude, you're willing to do it,” says Mr.
Explore your opportunities and be informed for your next move.
February 27, 2014