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Vanguard Still Expects A 'Shallow' Global Recession

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Company strategists also said there is a “low benefit of taking on additional equity risk.”

How To Tell Where The Global Economy Is Headed

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A focus on a nation's saving rate and its allocation of human capital can help provide clarity.

Sovereign Investors Embrace Bonds And Gold, Invesco Survey Shows

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Sovereign wealth funds reported average losses of 3.5% in the year to December 2022.

Buy European Stocks As Discount Hits New Low, Citigroup Strategists Say

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The Stoxx Europe 600 is trading at a 36% discount to the S&P 500.

BlackRock Joins AI Mania, Calling It A Potential ‘Mega Force'

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BlackRock also favors short-dated US bonds for income as interest rates are likely to stay high for some time.

Harry Markowitz, Father Of Modern Portfolio Theory, Dies At 95

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Markowitz's greatest contribution was finding that diversification lowers portfolio risk.

Rate Hikes Echo Around The World As Inflation Proves Unrelenting

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The global economic outlook is under a cloud as borrowing costs continue to escalate.

Rate Cut Bets Build In Bond Markets From Australia To Sweden

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What the nations considering a rate hike have in common is an economy battered by highly leveraged households.

Florida Is Losing Its Affordability Edge After Drawing A Flood Of New Arrivals

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Single-family home prices in Florida have flattened for the first time since 2011.

Global Rate-Hike Endgame Is Now Haunted By Recession Worries

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A renewed appetite for tightening has infected global central banks this month in the face of stubborn price pressures.

It's Finally Time To Buy Japan

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Japanese stocks have been cheap for a long time, but they're set to get less cheap from now on.

Google Charged By EU With Abusing Its Ad Tech Dominance

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“Google is present at almost all levels of the so-called ad tech supply chain,” an EU competition commissioner said.

China Is Biggest Loser Of Millionaires Globally, Report Says

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China will lose 13,500 high-net-worth individuals with investable wealth of more than $1 million, followed by India with 6,500.

BlackRock's Japan ETF Pulls $1 Billion As Nikkei Rally Powers On

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The bulk of that inflow comes from a $787 million cash influx last week.

'Decade Of Emerging Markets' May Be About To Regain Traction

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Benchmark share indexes are expected to rise in most emerging markets by year-end.

The Frantic Push To Solve Sovereign Debt Crises Irks Wall Street

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There are 11 emerging nations with dollar debt trading at a risk premium of at least 10 percentage points.

Is The Great Asset Shift For Real?

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Financial Advisor asked investment specialists how they're shuffling portfolios in a high-interest-rate world.

Rates Return To Reality

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Americans lulled into complacency by low interest rates are now confronting the sharp reversal.

World's Richest Man Loses $11 Billion After LVMH Stock Rout

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Bernard Arnault's fortune declined amid concerns about dampened demand for luxury goods.

BlackRock Bond Chief Rick Rieder's First ETF Is All About Income

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The fund invests in 'harder to reach' bonds such as high-yield and emerging market debt.

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