The advisory board for the U.K.'s new investment council will advise the government on attracting foreign investment.
Most Asia-Pacific investors expect a temporary inflation spike this year, but consultants urge allocations to ensure longer-term resilience.
Puerto Rico reached a proposed settlement with bondholders to restructure $18.8 billion in debt, part of an effort to exit from bankruptcy.
Whether governments and central banks can agree to simply cancel their sovereign debt will depend on the rules and specifics of the region.
Fixed-income executives are weighing in on a debate over whether governments and central banks should cancel the debt they've accumulated.
The global economic recovery will likely be subdued unless policymakers put investment-enhancing reforms in place.
The U.S. labor market rebound slowed in November, indicating the surge in COVID-19 cases is hitting workers and slowing recovery.
They were once America's corporate titans and beloved household names, but now they're increasingly looking like something else: zombies.
Although Shinzo Abe resigned over health problems, few are anticipating drastic changes from the next Japanese prime minister.
Argentina's bonds jumped to the highest this year after it struck a deal with its top creditors to restructure $65 billion of debt.
The U.S. labor market unexpectedly rebounded in May, signaling the economy is picking up faster than thought after the coronavirus outbreak.
In the harshest downturn for workers in U.S. history, employers cut 20.5 million jobs in April and the unemployment rate more than tripled.
Emerging economies will receive $1.9 billion in emergency support from the World Bank, to help in the fight against the coronavirus.
Several banks and money managers have said they have no immediate plans for layoffs amid concerns about COVID-19's financial impact.
Moves to slow the spread of the coronavirus will have a "massive" impact on the global economy, S&P Global Ratings warns.
Puerto Rico's plan to restructure debt and make other reforms is now on hold to help the commonwealth deal with the coronavirus crisis.
An emergency move by the European Central Bank to provide stimulus to the European economy has been welcomed by money managers.
Chile is enduring a fourth day of rioting in the worst unrest since the country returned to democracy in the late 1980s.
As Mario Draghi's leadership at the ECB ends, money managers are hopeful his successor will usher in a new set of policy measures.
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello resigned after two weeks of furious protests, throwing leadership of the commonwealth into uncertainty.
Money managers and others at the Milken Institute Global Conference raised the alarm on income inequality endangering capitalism.
President Donald Trump has said privately that he knows Herman Cain will have trouble getting confirmed to the Federal Reserve Board.
Budget negotiations are even more fraught this year in New Jersey, following a near shut down of the state government last year.
The Federal Reserve and other central banks are right to rethink plans to tighten monetary policy as global growth slows, Davos goers say.
The federal judge overseeing Puerto Rico's bankruptcy heard testimony on a restructuring agreement for bondholders of debt issued by COFINA.