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Asia’s wealthiest families are snapping up dollars as a haven from the volatility, providing another source of demand.
European debt investors are turning to U.S. corporate bonds as Mario Draghi’s quantitative easing program crushes borrowing costs in the euro-area.
After a golden decade of improvement, credit ratings for a swathe of developing economies risk falling back to "junk."
This portfolio manager says the world’s largest democracy shows no signs of cooling off in 2015.
2015 could be the first year in a while where global diversification rewards investors, Schwab's chief investment strategist Liz Ann Sonders said.
Schwab ETF OneSource now will offer 198 ETFs with no commissions.
A quarterly Bloomberg Global Poll showed there was a two-fold surge in the number of respondents who identified developing-nation equities and currencies as assets they’d most like to bet against.
Morningstar announces 2014 Fund Managers of the Year in five categories.
Once your client is familiar with benchmarks, educate him on why they are useful not only for past performance analysis, but for future planning.
Brazil and Russia’s membership of the BRICs may expire by the end of this decade if they fail to revive their flagging economies.
Clients listening only to headlines can misunderstand rollovers and tax deductions.
The question for advisors is how best to choose the right managers.
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