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The Real Threat To Dollar Dominance

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The greatest threat to the dollar lies mostly in the current reckless standoff over the debt ceiling.

Flows And Fundamentals Make Man Group Suspicious Of Stock Rally

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Stock prices are also hampered by the growing attractiveness of fixed income reteurns.

A Perilous Macroeconomic Moment

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Consumer confidence is likely to remain subdued in much of the world, constraining global growth.

The Banking System Isn't A China Shop--Yet

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The failure of recent banks has some wondering if we've learned from past mistakes.

Roubini Sees ‘Crash' Danger As Zentner Wonders What Evil Lurks

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Turmoil presents new problems when existing ones remain unresolved, as Roubini explained.

Bitcoin's Stealth Rally Puts It Atop The Quarterly Scoreboard Once Again

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The Nasdaq 100 offered the second biggest return in Bloomberg's ranking, at 19% year-to-date.

Cash Is A ‘Compelling Alternative' To Stocks, Bank Of America Says

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The bank's analysts still project a 7% total annual return for the S&P 500 over the next decade.

World Bank Warns Of ‘Lost Decade' As Potential Growth Slows

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The silver lining of the bank's report is that potential growth could reach as high as 2.9%.

Martin Currie Fund Beating 95% Of Peers Prefers European Stocks

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Europe has been a popular theme among global fund managers this year.

U.K., Russia Only Major Economies To Face Recession, OECD Says

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The U.K. is struggling with double-digit inflation and a credibility gap after ill-fated fiscal plans last year.

Credit Suisse Ignites Global Market Rout As Banking Fears Return

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Credit Suisse's share price plunged 28% in the biggest one-day selloff on record.

Expect Volatility, Rolling Recession, But Watch For Contagion, Schwab's Sonders Says

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The chief investment strategist said her biggest concern over the next six to 12 months is “contagion" from the SVB implosion.

Why A Soft Landing May No Longer Be Possible

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Recent data releases have renewed fears that central banks will have to tighten monetary policy still further.

Stocks Aren't The Inflation Hedge You Think They Are

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When inflation is above 8%, your best bet is to buy cheap and focus on dividends.

Commodity Traders Saw $100 Billion Year As Market Boomed, Report Says

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The aftershocks of Russia's invasion a little over a year ago sent commodity prices on a tear.

World's Riskiest Markets Stumble Into Crisis With Dollars Scarce

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Shortages of dollars are crimping access to everything from raw materials to medicine.

Markets And Asset Plays Reverse Directions

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Shareholders are going to have to play by different rules in the coming years.

Growth Is Back, And This Fund Could Be The Ticket

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The Fidelity Advisor International Growth Fund remains a strong performer.

Building The Infrastructure For U.S.Sustainable Infrastructure Investing

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Three firms are working to bring more sustainable infrastructure investment options to U.S. investors.

A Sick America Can't Compete With China

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Poor health is a constraint on the U.S.'s productivity and its ability to defend itself.

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