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Hedging Bets On Europe

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Two Europe-focused ETFs that hedge currency risk are in a sweet spot right now.

Soros Shifts To Europe, Asia As Investors Cut U.S. Equities

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Soros Fund Management, the family office of billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros, cut holdings of U.S. stocks in the fourth quarter and shifted assets globally.

Allianz's El-Erian Says Low Liquidity Biggest Market Risk

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Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz SE, said Tuesday that Ukraine and Greece are major market risks, but that the biggest risk is the "illusion of liquidity."

The Problem With Emerging Bond Funds

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A collapse in day-to-day trading is forcing many fund managers to hold securities even when they want to sell them.

As Popularity Of Golf Wanes, Fund Managers Bet On Cycling

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These days, you’re more likely to hear business deals discussed over the handlebars of a high-end bicycle than on the fairway, and fund managers are catching on.

Arnott Sees ‘Peasants With Pitchforks’ If Profits Get Any Fatter

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Society at large has to enjoy some of the largesse, or else the pitchforks come out, says the CEO and co-founder of Research Affiliates.

SEC Warns All 'Prime Bank' Offshore Investment Pools Are Scams

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All “prime bank” programs promoted as high-yield, risk-free international investment pools are frauds, the SEC warned.

Risk Rising In Fixed Income

by Maureen Nevin Duffy

2015 could be the year of the active bond manager.

Asia’s Rich Chase Dollar Rally As Volatility Haven

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Asia’s wealthiest families are snapping up dollars as a haven from the volatility, providing another source of demand.

European Bond Investors Flock To U.S. As Draghi Crushes Yields

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European debt investors are turning to U.S. corporate bonds as Mario Draghi’s quantitative easing program crushes borrowing costs in the euro-area.

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