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How Will the German Election Affect Market Volatility?
Even when clear leads exist, elections breed uncertainty in the marketplace.
Christian Fleischmann
on Sep 21, 2017
Outperforming in China’s Onshore Bond Market
We are at the early stages of what could be the golden era of fixed income investing in China.
Pat Reilly
on Sep 20, 2017
Seaport Shutdown: Hurricane Irma Causes Supply-Chain Havoc
Hurricanes threaten the supply chains of 151 S&P 500 companies that received shipments via at least one of Florida’s top ports...
Drake Bushnell
on Sep 19, 2017
Follow the Leader: Choosing Investment Funds with Proven Portfolio Factors
A multi-factor ranking scheme in a screening workflow can uncover the funds that are most likely to adhere to the philosophies...
Michael Amenta
on Sep 18, 2017
Have Hurricanes Negatively Affected S&P 500 Earnings Expectations for Q3?
Since September 5, the estimated earnings growth rate has declined by just over half a percentage point.
John Butters
on Sep 15, 2017
1987 vs. 2017: Will History Repeat or Just Echo?
Could the stock market crash of 1987 be repeated in 2017?
Sara Potter
on Sep 14, 2017
How Can Active Managers Win Against Passive Strategies?
Our research with Greenwich Associates identifies where investment managers can concentrate to defend their market share from...
FactSet Insight
on Sep 13, 2017
Spikes in Volatility: The New Normal
In today's markets, risk factors must capture possible regime shifts, volatility clustering, and extreme events.
Boryana Racheva-Iotova
on Sep 12, 2017
In August, ETF Investors Used the Easy Button
Classic ETFs saw the largest flows over the past month.
Elisabeth Kashner
on Sep 11, 2017
S&P 500 Companies with Higher Exposure to Asia Outperformed in Last Month
The aggregate revenue exposure of the S&P 500 to the Asia/Pacific super-region is 10.9%; 22 companies have revenue exposure of...
John Butters
on Sep 8, 2017
Marking 30 Years since the Stock Market Crash of 1987
Three decades later, the real causes of the crash are still elusive.
Sara Potter
on Sep 7, 2017
The Emerging Emerging: Why China’s Onshore Bond Market Deserves a Look
Yield premium, diversification benefits, and liquidity make the onshore bond market more attractive than ever.
Pat Reilly
on Sep 6, 2017

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