The summer games are no guarantee for investing gold.
Investors seek to earning a little extra yield and diversify a portfolio should consider emerging market debt and bond-related exchange traded funds, especially as this fixed-income segment has been relatively overshadowed by developed market debt.
A failed Turkish military coup attempt briefly closed the Bosphorus Strait to shipping traffic on Saturday, reminding the world of Turkey's huge and growing importance as a transit route for commodities between Russia, Central Asia and Europe.
As many reassess their portfolios in a post-Brexit world, investors may want to consider opportunities in the emerging markets and related exchange traded funds.
Not all countries are created equal, choose your respective ETF wisely.
Apple wants in on India's vast market.
Bonds have regained their momentum this year, but after a multi-year run, many traditional fixed-income assets look pricey or overvalued.
A U.S. House of Representatives panel has delayed plans to introduce new legislation to address Puerto Rico's debt crisis.
Brazil's currency weakened as much as 5 percent and stocks tumbled on Monday after the acting Lower House Speaker annulled an impeachment vote, a move seen as decreasing the likelihood of a more market-friendly government taking power.
Former UK Parliament Member John Browne weighs on the future of the United Kingdom.
Former Reagan Economic Advisor Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Maverick PAC National Co-Chair Morgan Ortagus and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State weigh in on the joint press conference with President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
With the world economy entering a more uncertain phase and the top central banks sounding ever more cautious, attention may turn in the coming week to signs of whether years of aggressive stimulus have yielded any significant rise in inflation.
Mayflower Advisors Larry Glazer on the latest manufacturing data and jobs report.
Swiss America Trading Corp. Chairman Craig Smith on why the banks are much better capitalized and the world economy.
Souring prospects in the world's largest emerging markets are darkening an already cloudy outlook for the global economy, the World Bank said on Wednesday, as it cut growth forecasts for the third straight year.
Analysts at places like RBC Capital Markets have been warning that chronically low oil prices plunging towards seven-year lows means increasing social chaos in countries on the edge—including those battling ISIS.
Markets are taking a pause from basing every move on the latest rhetoric out of the Fed regarding the timing of the first interest rate hike in nearly a decade.
Hirtle Callaghan CEO John Hirtle on where the opportunities are for investors.
ING Group CEO Ralph Hamers on the state of the global economy and the impact of central banks.
Wall Street concern is growing about a collapse in emerging market funds, once a darling of investors chasing their high yields in a world of near zero interest rates.