from Global Investing:

Market cap of EM debt indices still rising

January 8, 2014

It wasn't a good year for emerging market bonds, with all three main debt benchmarks posting negative returns for the first time since 2008. But the benchmark indices run by JPMorgan nevertheless saw a modest increase in market capitalisation, and assets of the funds that benchmark to these indices also rose.

Financial headcounts stabilize in 2009

By Reuters Staff
February 25, 2010

After financial firms slashed hundreds of thousands of jobs in 2007 and 2008, the bloodletting slowed in 2009 as major banks rebounded from the financial crisis. Even though firms like Goldman Sachs Group Inc and JPMorgan Chase & Co reported billions of dollars in profit, they still did not announce major hiring initiatives.

U.S. economic hole looking shallower

July 10, 2009

May’s U.S.┬átrade figures have economists feeling quite a bit better about second-quarter GDP. The surprising strength in exports should provide a big lift.

What goes down must come up

May 1, 2009

Like every recession before it, this slump will end. Some day. JPMorgan economist Bruce Kasman thinks that day may come sooner than expected.