World's biggest investor BlackRock says US rally nearing exhaustion Telegraph.co.uk
- 7 hours ago
BlackRock, the world's biggest investor, has warned that central banks are poised to tighten monetary policy in the Anglo-Saxon countries and China, advising clients to be ready to pull out of global stock markets at any sign of serious trouble. “2014 ...
'Upstairs' Trading Draws More Big Investors Wall Street Journal
- Dec 8, 2013
Some of the world's biggest investors are changing the way they trade in U.S. markets in response to what they say are rising risks for institutions of their size.
U.S. Corporate Swaps Decline; Sprint Sells $2.5 Billion of Bonds Bloomberg
- 4 hours ago
A gauge of U.S. corporate credit risk reached a six-year low after China's better-than-estimated exports bolstered optimism in the global economy. Sprint Corp. sold $2.5 billion of senior notes. The Markit CDX North American Investment Grade Index, ...
Three Ways for Investors to Catch the Global Tailwind in 2014 Moneynews
- 8 hours ago
One of the best vehicles to grab growth around the world is a global stock ETF. The Vanguard Total World Stock Index ETF owns more than 5,000 stocks, but has its top holdings in mega-cap American companies like Apple Inc., Exxon Mobil Corp. and Google ...
Stocktake: US equities are a hard sell Irish Times
- 2 hours ago
Just as ordinary investors appear to be being gradually seduced by stocks, institutional investors are falling out of love with the US market, according to Bank of America quantitative strategist Savita Subramanian. Bank clients have been net sellers ...
Sysco US Foods ABC News
- 13 hours ago
One of the largest food supply companies is buying one of its key rivals, creating an even larger, global distribution company.
Ride US Stocks To Big Gains This Year? Banks Say Try Europe In 2014 Forbes
- 8 hours ago
Can investors keep riding the domestic gravy train, or is it time to reallocate to other markets? According to researchers at some of the world's biggest banks, equities in Europe are set to be winning picks in 2014. Barclays Barclays is the latest ...
Asian Hedge Funds as Much as 42% Cheaper to Run, Survey Says Bloomberg
- 1 hour ago
Running a hedge fund in the Asia-Pacific region can be as much as 42 percent cheaper than in the U.S. and Europe, helped by lower-than-average compensation, according to a survey by Citigroup Inc. (C). Small funds started in the region struggle to ...