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Selling Around The World Could Bode Well For Global Equities, Says Barclays
The flurry of repatriation that took place during the third quarter amid China's shock devaluation and the plunge in global equities bodes well for stocks, according to a note from Barclays.
Given the potential for further ECB easing combined with Federal Reserve tightening in the near future, European stocks could perform well in the months ahead. Here are some European ETF choices for advisors and clients who favor dividend-paying equities. Read More »
“Estimated stock returns will dwarf fixed income,” said Howard Ward, chief investment officer for GAMCO Investors. Read More »
Europe’s last global banks are caving in to pressure from regulators and preparing to tell investors just how much their aspirations will shrink. Read More »
Private wealth will expand at a weaker pace through 2020 than previously forecast because the global economy isn’t advancing as quickly as expected, according to Credit Suisse. Read More »
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William C. Dudley said he expects the U.S. central bank to raise interest rates by December, while cautioning that this was not a pledge to action and will depend on the economy staying on track. Read More »
With turbulent markets, clients may be rushing to buy gold. Here's how investing in the precious metal can improve on pretax and post-tax returns. Read More »
China is the central focus of a global market rout that has left the Dow with its worst four-session performance since November 2008. Read More »
"This isn't the first time something like this has happened. Doesn't mean we like it. It wasn't a great start to my week, I can tell you that," says Scott Tiras, an independent advisor affiliated with Ameriprise. Read More »
Planners worry about client fatigue if the downdraft drags on. Read More »
The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index roared back from the brink of its first correction in nearly four years even as the rout in all but the riskiest of global assets worsened. Read More »
A wave of selling gripped global markets as the rout in all but the safest assets deepened. Read More »
U.S. stocks climbed and European equities had the biggest four-day rally in three years on Greece’s bailout agreement, while the region’s bond markets signaled caution. Oil dropped as Irandeal loomed. Read More »
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