China takes steps to address debt problem

HUAIBEI, CHINA - APRIL 08: (CHINA OUT) Investors observe stock market at a stock exchange corporation on April 8, 2015 in Huaibei, Anhui province of China. The Shanghai composite index has rises 0.84% on Wednesday in Huaibei. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images)

Borrowers and lenders likely to get help from central bank rate cuts

Investors must look beyond US assets

Global diversification should offer better risk-adjusted returns, writes BlackRock’s Russ Koesterich

A ‘flash crash’ or two gives needed jolt

Too much volatility is harmful but too little and behaviour will not change

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Pain of US rate rise will push EM reform

Capital flowed to emerging markets even as fundamentals worsened

Europe’s debtor paradise will end in tears

Nasty surprises lurk for those who have embraced negative yields

How to invest for renewed dollar strength

Benign influence on global rebalancing or financial nuisance?

Corporate cash cows trim investment bulls

Concern grows at lack of corporate capital expenditure in QE era

Currency wars: is the US the new victim?

Dollar strength reflects global policy divergence, not direct intervention

Reforms needed to lift Japan’s economy

Two years of Abenomics has boosted little more than asset prices

ECB QE drives confidence for now

Not everyone in the eurozone is enjoying a smooth ride

Markets look forward to higher inflation

Three reasons why rising prices are expected despite current zero rates

Japan reforms push groups to unlock cash

Abe’s governance initiatives could prove crucial to revitalising economy

Markets remain aloof to UK election risk

Investors are more concerned about global factors for now

QE will lower living standards long term

Prospect of improvement in growth is largely a monetary illusion

Low yields make patience best strategy

Investors sit on sidelines as carry trade risks outweigh rewards

Fed ‘lift-off’ is to destination unknown

US rate rise journey likely to be turbulent

Yellen fights back in euro-dollar drama

Euro fall shows disruptive potential of central banks

Positive buzz about Europe hard to defend

‘Outperformance’ of EU shares due to weak euro and strong dollar

Draghi QE is stoking bond bubble risk

Eurozone bond prices losing touch with fundamentals

Wimp label sticks to emerging nations

They suffer from lacking international monetary power

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