A "massive rotation" into corporate bonds from equities may be on the horizon for U.S. pension funds as they become fully funded.
Singapore-based startup Grab Holdings is going public in the U.S. through the largest-ever merger with a blank-check company.
Although the 60/40 portfolio model saw investors through the cataclysm of the pandemic, the global recovery is proving an even tougher test.
The European Central Bank is weighing disclosing climate risks in its bond programs and will focus on collecting data to achieve that aim.
Jeremy Grantham warns Joe Biden's economic recovery plan will propel U.S. stocks to perilous new heights, followed by an inevitable crash.
NYSE will not delist three Chinese state-owned telecom firms, backtracking on a plan that had threatened to escalate U.S.-China tensions.
A recent bitcoin investment by insurer MassMutual highlights the potential for additional institutional demand, J.P. Morgan Chase said.
New research throws out the playbook of measuring business performance primarily by shareholder value, as popularized by Milton Friedman.
British money managers ran afoul of liquidity regulations 13 times at the height of this year's market volatility.
A shortage of yield-bearing assets for investors is boosting the popularity of funds that back lawsuits in return for a slice of any awards.
Ant Group is set to raise about $34.5 billion through IPOs in Shanghai and Hong Kong, a blockbuster that will rank as the biggest IPO ever.
BlackRock says the scale of restructuring needs globally could exceed the peak that followed the 2008 global financial crisis.
Managers in Asia are deploying a range of strategies to cushion any losses as they brace for the U.S. presidential election.
Egypt pulled in orders for nearly five times the $750 million size of the Middle East and North Africa's first sovereign green bond.
Commodity trading advisers are getting whipsawed as risky securities sway from meltdowns to melt-ups like never before.
Money managers in Hong Kong and mainland China are racing to launch ETFs that reflect the performance of China's biggest technology giants.
Tensai Holding is putting more money into emerging market stocks and distressed debt, expecting Asia to outperform the rest of the world.
Private equity and credit are set to outperform publicly traded assets in the aftermath of the pandemic, a Hamilton Lane exec says.
Several investors in Alibaba Group have converted billions of dollars in U.S. shares for Hong Kong stock in part to avoid delisting threats.
Apple made Wall Street history after its 2020 stock surge pushed its market value past $2 trillion, a first for a U.S. company.
Not even the calamity of disease, debt and Italy's fiscal woes are enough to stop big managers from a trade that's at the heart of Europe.
The staple 60% stock and 40% bond portfolio proved resilient this year, but strategists are considering alternatives to government debt.
Apple reported quarterly revenue that crushed analyst forecasts after locked-down consumers snapped up new iPhones, iPads and Mac computers.
Fund managers are among bondholders that could lose $2 billion as a consequence of millions of homeowners delaying mortgage payments.
After years of losing both clients and clout in financial markets, signs are emerging that hedge funds are back in favor in the U.S.