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Anastasia Amoroso, Vice President & Global Market Strategist at JPMorgan Funds, talks about sentiment in the markets ahead of earnings season and gives her picks.
JPMorgan's Jahangir Aziz explains that China has improved financing flow to local governments, which is helping to drive infrastructure spending.
Understanding credit reports can make all the difference to financial fitness. Here is a look at six things everyone should know about them.
Discussing Marriott's revised buyout bid, the risks associated with China's economy and his view on Fannie and Freddie, with Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute.
Mark Kiesel, CIO of global credit at PIMCO, explains why now’s the time for investors to move into credit, due to the market’s significant opportunities.
In this low interest rate environment, credit markets are the sole bright spot, explains James Purcell, head of UHNW cross-asset strategy at UBS CIO Wealth Management.
A survey by WalletHub revealed that certain candidates' supporters have better credit scores than others.
The emerging markets represent 30 percent of world capitalization, 30 percent of GDP and 30 percent of world trade, so you're underweight if you own less than that, says Mark Mobius, Executive Chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group at Franklin Templeton Investments.
Chinese authorities are seeking to crack down on a surge of unregulated lending that is pushing up property prices, reports the Financial Times.
Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report, talks about market trends and the key risks for investors.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the effects of European Central Bank's moves last week with Andy Brenner, Head of International Fixed Income for National Alliance Securities.
Markit analyst Simon Colvin explains how the European Central Bank’s announcements impact credit risk in Europe.
Saudi Arabia is seeking its first significant foreign borrowing for over a decade, sources told Reuters.
Fitch Ratings' Andrew Colquhoun explains why China's structural reforms are key to economic rebalancing and sustainable growth.
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A couple of factors including the slowdown in China trade weigh heavily on commodities in Tuesday's trading session.
What will be the Fed's next move: raise rates or wait to see how the market plays out?
Hartmut Issel from UBS Wealth Management says the contrarian trade is one of the bank's technical overweight positions.
The National People Congress meeting will be a key indicator of Chinese trends for the rest of 2016, says David Gaud from Edmond de Rothschild AM.
Investors are not surprised as there have been ongoing concerns about China's debt levels, says Benjamin Pedley at HSBC Private Bank.