Don’t look now, but money managers haven’t been this underweight U.S. equities since January 2008.
The outlook for Europe’s single currency is diverging from that of its biggest companies.
Everyone knows the rapidly shrinking energy sector has seen its influence on equity indexes wane. But oil-and-gas companies are also losing pull in a corner of the market they once dominated: value stocks.
Bloomberg’s Global Equity League Table Report for H1 2016.
China’s equities will finally be opened up to a whole new world of foreign investors via the MSCI Inc. decision. But are they ready?
One of the world’s last havens for fund managers is coming under siege.
The pain of an almost paralyzed stock market has seeped its way into the money machine of equity quants, raising anxiety levels among analysts who say they’ve seen this movie before.
Asia benefits from the world’s fastest economic growth, and may be poised to weather the latest international political worries from outside the region as well.
The number of market indexes now exceeds the number of U.S. stocks.
Strategists have cooled on the prospects for further gains in European stocks as investors are piling on.