Most Asia-Pacific investors expect a temporary inflation spike this year, but consultants urge allocations to ensure longer-term resilience.
Investors representing $1.1 trillion in assets fear market returns will be lower than average in 2021 and an economic rebound may soften.
Employers can benefit from helping employees deal with mental health, according to a report by Putnam's sustainable investing team.
Abenomics has friends and foes but as the longtime prime minister bows out, investors are hoping his policies outlast him.
The U.K. economy is in a technical recession following a second quarter of negative growth and the biggest fall in quarterly GDP on record.
The pound extended its advance and government bonds fell after BOE officials highlighted the potential drawbacks of negative interest rates.
Argentina's bonds jumped to the highest this year after it struck a deal with its top creditors to restructure $65 billion of debt.
Germany and France agreed to back a plan for a $543 billion recovery fund to help the EU weather the worst recession in living memory.
The odds of U.S. Treasuries joining Japanese, German and other sovereign bonds in negative territory, while low, have increased.
Several banks and money managers have said they have no immediate plans for layoffs amid concerns about COVID-19's financial impact.
New Jersey will face "precipitous declines in revenues" for the current and next fiscal year, which could affect pension fund contributions.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says the U.S. is headed for a period of massive unemployment.
An emergency move by the European Central Bank to provide stimulus to the European economy has been welcomed by money managers.
Bidders are being advised to check materials related to RFPs as pension funds postpone or cancel events because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The corona virus has substantially increased the risk of a recession, Harvard economist Megan Greene says.
Hong Kong's "massive" fiscal stimulus package includes steps to boost ETFs, green bonds and private equity investments.
Speaking Friday in Wyoming, Chairman Jerome Powell said the Fed will "act as appropriate" to sustain the U.S. economic expansion.
Economic uncertainties have increased recently and the Federal Reserve is prepared to act, Chairman Jerome Powell told a House hearing.
Money managers and others at the Milken Institute Global Conference raised the alarm on income inequality endangering capitalism.
Maintaining its more patient approach, the Fed's Federal Open Market Committee left the federal funds rate unchanged.
Malaysia's short-term pain for long-term gain strategy to revitalize its economy could prove messy
Fed members continued their patient monetary policy, but several indicated economic factors could dictate future rate adjustments.
Budget negotiations are even more fraught this year in New Jersey, following a near shut down of the state government last year.
Geopolitics are expected to continue to weigh heavily on markets this year.
The global economy is set to slow this year, as regions begin to converge after years of divergence.