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Alibaba, the e-commerce company started in 1999 with $60,000 cobbled together by Jack Ma, is set to debut in U.S. trading today after raising $21.8 billion in its initial public offering.
The regulator spotlighted a host of risks associated with investing in less-developed markets.
Investors are putting money into real estate companies outside the U.S. at a record pace as interest rates recede, economies expand and opportunities remain to buy assets at discounts.
Forty-five percent of all government bonds yield less than 1 percent, Bank of America Corp. said as central bankers consider how to support their economies.
Portfolio managers are combing the world looking for bargains.
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The graying of the world threatens to undermine the economies and inflation outlooks central bankers are charged with managing.
The biggest U.S. ETF tracking Russian stocks is luring the most money since March as investors bet the nation’s standoff with the U.S. and Europe is easing.
IPOs have regained their reputation as can’t-lose bets in China just four years after that last frenzy ended badly.
Concerns over conflict in Iraq, Ukraine and Gaza, U.S. interest rate policy and pumped-up equity markets have prompted asset managers to increase cash allocations, a new survey says.
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