With the U.S. economy appearing stronger from Q2 of this year, many investors turned their focus to the domestic market. This trend isn’t limited to the equity world either, as long-term Treasury securities have also seen solid inflows
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Indian industrial output edged up a mere 3.6% in February, indicating that rising interest rates are choking economic activity in the country faster than economists expected.
Pop quiz time! Name a country that has: More than a billion people … A massive domestic economy … A wealthy aristocracy and rising middle class … Huge and growing exports, and …
Indian wholesale inflation is down to a relatively sedate 8.58% annualized rate, which is giving Delhi room to keep local interest rates unchanged for the next few months.
If investors weren’t already aware of the tremendous “growth gap” between the developed and emerging markets of the world, a report Tuesday out of New Delhi served as a nice reminder.
As emerging markets have raced ahead of their developed counterparts in the last two years, investors around the globe have begun to tilt portfolios more heavily towards securities that many
WisdomTree has filed paperwork with the SEC for the “Dreyfus Commodity Currency Fund” (CCX). The paperwork states that the Fund is expected to be available for sale to investors beginning on or about September 1, 2010. It will be an actively managed exchange-traded fund (“ETF”) that will seek to