China appears to have largely fought off the coronavirus, while the US is yet to hit peak contagion. How are investors viewing each market?
A Democrat win may negatively hurt US growth, but whether Trump or his blue counterpart win the election, expectations of lower global rates will spark a renewed search for more attractive yields elsewhere. Asia presents opportunities for a yield pickup.
The spread of the coronavirus has led to the usual assortment of hucksters and grifters trying to take advantage; and US Republicans turn to insinuation and slurs against Calpers' CIO.
As Chinese New Year nears, we look back on the predictions we made for the Year of the Pig. First of all, we look back to our prediction on US economic growth.
The S&P 500 has stubbornly defied the odds – and the naysayers – to repeatedly post record highs. No bull market continues forever, but this one has outlasted most expectations.
US state retirement funds are often cautious about building alternatives exposure in Asia, say industry experts. Staff compensation, funding ratios and heavy domestic bias are all factors.