July 30 (Reuters) – The Federal Reserve carried on its merry
tapering on Wednesday, and though the accompanying statement was
probably rightly viewed as dovish it signals a potential sting
down the road.
July 29 (Reuters) – While most investors are transfixed by
trying to anticipate the next jurisdiction-hopping, tax-driven
merger, there are small but growing signs that global growth may
be headed for a slowdown.
July 24 (Reuters) – Even adjusting for extraordinarily low
interest rates, global equities are expensive and finding
double-digit annual real returns over the next five years is
going to be tough.
By James Saft
(Reuters) – New money market fund reforms are half measures which will fail to end investors’ illusion that there is such a thing as a safe asset.
July 22 (Reuters) – Rising tensions between Russia and the
West are doing what central bankers can’t or won’t: scare