It’s never been cheaper to borrow dollars, but it’s never been cheaper to borrow anything with all the QE. Great news indeed — or is it?
Three-month dollar Libor hits record low below 0.2450 pct — never been cheaper to borrow dollars
LONDON (Reuters) – Global investors cut allocation to U.S. equities and bonds this month as uncertainty about U.S. monetary and fiscal policies grew, a Reuters poll showed on Monday.
September’s global asset allocation poll also showed investors boosted euro zone equities for a third month in a row to levels not seen since March 2012, thanks to a brighter economic outlook in the region.
Kazakhstan is “nationalising” its private pension funds to support fast economic growth, a move some people say could damage its reputation
Marchenko was one of the masterminds of the Chile-style private pension fund reform launched in Kz in 1998, which is now being rewound
Marchenko seems to have opposed the Kazakh pension fund reform, outpointing risks future govt may use the new fund to resolve econ problems
Kazakh c.bank governor Marchenko is gone, former SWF head and deputy PM Kelimbetov takes over
LONDON (Reuters) – European fund managers pulled money from emerging Asian and U.S. stocks in September and boosted equity holdings at home where growth momentum is accelerating, a Reuters survey showed on Monday.
The monthly asset allocation poll of 20 asset managers in Europe, excluding Britain, also showed investors increased overall equity allocation in their global balanced portfolios for a third month in a row to 47.5 percent on average.