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Michael Burry Boosts Bets On China Big Tech As Stocks Rebound

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Global investors have been making a cautious return to the Chinese stock market.

Wall Street Reaps 97% Return By Trading Emerging Markets 'Special Situations'

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Buying debt from the riskiest countries is helping some managers outperform the market.

Advisors Urged To Look At 18-Month Investment Horizon

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The Macro Institute advocates for a long-term investment outlook that focuses on worldwide trends.

Hong Kong And China Stocks Are On A Tear. Should You Invest?

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A tech-fueled rally is luring investors back to the world's second-largest economy. But will it last?

Rents Set To Be Last Domino To Fall In Global Inflation Battle

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Rent inflation rose 7.7% in the first three months of 2024 from a year ago.

El-Erian Says 'Goldilocks' Jobs Report To Please Fed, Markets

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The economist said the new data should bring relief to global markets.

A Biden Victory Favors Growth Stocks; Trump Would Benefit Value

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Both candidates appear unlikely to address the federal debt time bomb.

Does The Growth Rally Have Extra Innings?

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Market strategists evaluate the crowd enthusiasm and ponder a pivot to value.

Commodity ETFs Pull In Most Cash Since 2022 On Sticky Inflation

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Commodity bulls argue that strong underlying consumption ultimately means the sector will benefit.

Share Buybacks Vs. Dividends--WisdomTree Examines What Drives Returns

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The market has been led by growth so long, dividend stocks have become cheaper, said these analysts.

Mad About Models

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Ben Bernanke found significant shortcomings in the BoE's forecasting.

Why There Is Chocolate Crisis And What's Happening To Prices

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Chocolate plants are shutting and market liquidity is tumbling.

Tiny N.J. Broker Behind Booming IPOs Is Back With 380% Blockbuster

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The firm's underwriting efforts have typically focused on Asian companies.

Why Germany Is The Global Economy's Biggest Loser

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Loomis Sayles asset managers say the post-pandemic world has not been kind to Europe's largest economy.

El-Erian Sees 'Huge Impact' From Widening Divergence Between Fed, ECB

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The economist said there could be a growing gap between the pace of Fed and ECB easing.

Wall Street Searches For AI Winners Across Emerging Markets

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AI investors are pointing toward emerging markets for better value and a bigger pool of options.

A Fund's Rx For Healthcare Investing

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The Janus Henderson Global Life Sciences Fund successfully navigates the turbulent healthcare sector.

A Biden Victory Favors Growth Stocks; Trump Would Benefit Value, Investment Pros Say

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Both candidates appear unlikely to address the federal debt time bomb.

Hedge Funds Bet On Europe In Hunt For Next Leg Of Stock Rally

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Euro area shares have risen by around 4% in March, outpacing their US peers.

Billions Flood Active ETFs In Hunt For Cheap Developing Stocks

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Developing-nation stocks are trading at a discount of about 43% compared to their peers in the U.S.

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