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Overseas trading of Russian stocks is soaring as investors react to the twists and turns of the military standoff in Ukraine.
A different kind of ETF is drawing record cash by promoting better returns with the same stocks held in index funds.
Russia's power move in Ukraine is the slap and the so-called BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China) as an investment concept is the (now very much dead) belief.
That move resulted in two funds turning in the best risk-adjusted performance among U.S. emerging-market bond funds over the past three years.
The firm's biggest funds purchased Ukrainian bonds in the fourth quarter, adding to holdings that made the asset manager the country’s largest debtholder before growing violence spurred...
The selloff that triggered the worst start for emerging-market stocks in four years is approaching the end as valuations begin to look attractive, Templeton Emerging Markets Group’s Mark Mobius...
Bonds beat stocks last month for the first time since August as a slowdown in U.S. jobs growth and emerging market turmoil drove demand for the safest securities.
The plunge in emerging markets is taking a bite out of the performance of funds managed by some of the biggest names on Wall Street.
Pimco's Bill Gross said the pace of economic growth in China is among the biggest questions in developing nations and the largest risks for markets.
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Russia's power move in Ukraine is the slap and the so-called BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China) as an investment concept is the (now very much dead) belief. + Read more
Social Security is an income stream that has value, so shouldn’t that value be accounted for when constructing a portfolio? Columnist and advisor Dan Moisand answers that question, posed by a number of other advisors. + Read more