International

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Finance Industry Tops China List Of Most-Wanted Graft Fugitives

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Forty of China’s 100 top overseas corruption suspects have taken refuge in the U.S. and the largest share of the most-wanted list -- 15 percent -- hail from the financial industry.

J.P. Morgan Exec Tells Advisors To Think Globally

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The firm's chief global strategist, David Kelly, said investors should look at long-term growth overseas as U.S. growth wanes.

Brazilian Banks Expand In Miami To Keep Up With Wealthy Clients

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Wealthy Brazilians looking to escape recession, corruption scandals and political upheaval have long made Miami their destination of choice...

CIO: Own As Few Bonds As Possible

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Advisors would be wise to limit their bond holdings and shift into European equities, said a CIO at RJFS' annual conference.

Manager With Top 5-Year Record Unloads Shares Of Three Companies

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His global fund beat 97 percent of peers and is holding the most cash since 2009 amid concerns that investors are mispricing risk.

Iran Stock Fever Reaches London As Firms Rush To Build Funds

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A final deal that removes international sanctions against Iran may still be months away, but foreign investors aren’t waiting to pile into the market.

A Taxing Issue

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What seems certain as we look into 2015 is that the debate about what is a “fair” rate of tax should continue to rage, says an investment director for Aberdeen Asset Management.

Loomis Managers Watch Defense And Oil

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Political unrest and generalized global anxiety surrounding the pending interest rate rise will play out in the financial markets in the months ahead, Loomis Sayles says.

Vietnam ETF: Battered . . . And Compelling

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Demographics and geography are powerful reasons to consider this out-of-favor investment destination.

As Emerging-Market Debt Crisis Talk Grows, Some Investors Scoff

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As the dollar soars month after month, the chorus of voices expressing concern about how it will imperil emerging-market companies that borrowed abroad is growing.

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