With the inauguration of the 45th president imminent and the market’s high expectations for policymaking, what is realistic for investors to expect from Washington in 2017?
While Chinese growth looks stable into early 2017, a more marked slowdown by the second quarter appears inevitable.
Turkish asset prices have come under heavy pressure recently, and the Turkish lira fell to a record low against the U.S. dollar in January.
How the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals can serve as a framework for ESG investors
Chinese local interest rates rose substantially late last year, and many bond offerings have been canceled, creating financial strain for some Chinese companies.
Many had not expected the minutes of the 14 December 2016 Federal Reserve meeting released this afternoon to make much news.
The global economy is going through significant change, as Donald Trump’s incoming administration and shifts in public sentiment in other major economies create potential for new opportunities and risks.
Grappling with the question of how much is one of the toughest relating to pensions
Markets have generally been risk-on since Donald Trump’s election as president. Yet tremendous uncertainty remains over future fiscal and monetary policies, and volatility persists at high levels.
Earlier this year, we saw a transition from an old-style currency war (openly fought with negative interest rates and quantitative easing) to the “Shanghai co-op” – an implicit agreement, or truce, among major central banks that excessive dollar strength was bad for the global economy.