International

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European Country's Time To Shine As Stocks Outperform After 10 Years

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The rout that slashed as much as $8.3 trillion off equity values has left one market relatively unscathed.

Foreigners Flee Japan Stocks At Fastest Pace Since At Least 2004

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Foreigners last week sold a net 1.85 trillion yen ($15.4 billion) of Japanese stocks and equity index futures, the biggest combined outflow since Mizuho began tracking the data more than a decade ago.

Why 4% Could Fail

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Some underlying assumptions must change if we are to find a real income stream for retirement.

Europe Rumbles To Life

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Economic clouds are beginning to lift in many countries on the continent.

Performance Gap

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ETFs that hedge foreign curriences have outperformed those that don’t.

The New TVA: Capital Markets As Political Utilities

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The result is that you won’t lose a lot of money, but you won’t make a lot of money, either.

Emerging Companies With $23 Billion To Repay Show Risks Of Rout

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A $23 billion pile of debt is stifling emerging-market companies already strained by the tumble in commodity prices and weaker currencies.

Mobius Says Too Soon To Buy Emerging-Market Stocks

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The famed money manager believes the rebound from six-year lows will be shortlived amid widening price swings.

Advisors Stay The Course Amid Monday's Market Drop

by Karen DeMasters and Christopher Robbins

Some advisors anticipated the decline, and on days like today their role is as much soothing client nerves as it is managing money.

Largest Korea ETF Sees Worst Money Outflow On Record Amid Crisis

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War threats on the Korean peninsula has caused investors to flee the fund.

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