European investors and managers with existing bitcoin exposures plan to increase their investments over the next two years.
Money managers and their trade association have set out 10 key features that they want to see from the U.K.'s first sovereign green gilts.
U.K. inflation in February came in below consensus, surprising money managers and going against higher inflation expectations in the market.
A senator and the hedge fund community are calling for regulatory scrutiny regarding the attack on short sellers by retail investors.
U.K. managers have called on issuers to transition their corporate bond benchmarks away from LIBOR immediately.
Global index providers FTSE Russell and MSCI will remove three more Chinese companies, in response to a White House order.
Hong Kong Wednesday replicated Wall Street's shift to old-economy stocks amid concerns about regulatory uncertainty.
International money managers expressed concern over the impact of the uncertain outcome of Tuesday's U.S. presidential election.
Payroll numbers and news of President Donald Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis are weighing on U.K. money manager sentiment regarding the U.S.
Canadian mutual-fund manager CI Financial Corp. may seek a U.S. listing as it ramps up a strategy of buying smaller wealth management firms.
The Fed and central banks worldwide are heading for a collision with shadow lenders, firms that increasingly are dominating global finance.
Some 65% of U.K. managers have shifted to sterling overnight index average-based instruments ahead of the phaseout of LIBOR next year.
Foreign managers are trimming their China stock holdings but remain overweight and bullish on the market's relatively strong outlook.
Ghana's money managers unable to access deposits tied up in failed banks will receive bonds directly from the government.
Faced with the prospect of restricted access to U.S. dollars, China's answer is to get more people to use its own currency instead.
State pension systems need to be supported by supplemental retirement arrangements if Europe's Capital Markets Union is to progress.
Managers in India are so concerned about credit risk that even guarantees from policymakers for lower-rated debt is failing to entice them.
U.S. banks have long looked with pity at overseas lenders coping with negative interest rates. Now, they fear they may join the crowd.
Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. CEO Charles Li is stepping down after 10 years, adding to the bourse's rising challenges.
India opened a swath of its sovereign bond market to overseas investors, taking its biggest step yet to secure access to global indexes.
Mainland Chinese stocks and bonds are emerging ahead of the pack from the coronavirus maelstrom clouding global markets now.
Melbourne-based UniSuper suspended its stock-lending program indefinitely in an effort to promote "a more orderly market."
Stock markets in Europe and Asia fell as trading resumed Monday, with COVID-19 related uncertainty trumping a hefty Fed stimulus package.
Stocks surged Monday as investors gained confidence that central bankers would act to offset any impact from the spreading COVID-19 virus.
The global rush for safer assets has fueled a jump in the world's stockpile of negative-yielding bonds, snapping months of decline.