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Commentary & Opinion
June 26, 2015 The Increasing Power of Institutional InvestorsSource: Wall Street Journal
The global capital markets have become enormous–over $350 trillion. The world’s 50 largest asset managers have more than $40 trillion under management. The 10 largest private-equity firms raised almost $200 billion of new equity...
June 22, 2015 Five horsemen of the euro’s futureSource: Politico
A so-called “five presidents’ report” obtained by POLITICO includes calls for a eurozone finance minister and stricter controls over the budgets of the 19 countries, including Greece, that use the single currency.
Eurozone officials have expressed optimism that Greece can strike a deal with the region’s heads of government at an emergency summit on Monday evening after Athens submitted fresh proposals to bailout creditors to secure €7.2bn...
June 19, 2015 The Pope’s Green TheologySource: Wall Street Journal
Let’s cut to the chase: Much of what is in Pope Francis’ encyclical on environmental stewardship, Laudato Si’, poses a major challenge for free-market advocates, those of us who believe that capitalism is a powerful force for...
June 18, 2015 Does It Really Matter Exactly When the Fed Raises Rates?Source: NY Times
If there’s one message that Janet Yellen, Federal Reserve chairwoman, tried to hammer home in her news conference on Wednesday, it is this: Don’t make so much effort to discern the precise timing of the Fed’s decision to raise...
June 18, 2015 Taking the ESG Process From Chaos to ClaritySource: Forbes
As Global Head of Research for MSCI ESG Research, Linda-Eling Lee oversees all ESG-related content and methodology and chairs MSCI ESG Research’s Ratings Review Committee. She leads one of the largest teams of research analysts...
June 18, 2015 Market Structure Map - The EscalatorSource: Tim Quast , president, ModernNetworks IR LLC
As the US investor-relations profession’s annual confabulation concludes in the Windy City, we wonder how the week will end. The problem is risk. Or rather, the cost of transferring it to somebody else. Today the Federal...
June 15, 2015 Deutsche Bank Will Need Time to Fix Itself
Barron's - The shares are now up 15% since the start of the year, in line with the îStoxxî Europe 600 index and only slightly behind Germanyâs DAX. DIGBY LARNER, based in Paris, is a Wall Street Journal news...
Time - âA small farmer working an acre of land can produce the best and most valuable coffee in the world,â says TechnoServe CEO William Warshauer, speaking on the sidelines of the îWorld Economic Forumî...
Treasuries rose for a second day after Bild newspaper reported Germany is preparing for a Greek default, sparking demand for the safest assets.“This news will be very supportive to U.S. Treasuries,” said Hajime Nagata, who...
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