Mutual funds which invest in billion-dollar-plus “unicorn” private companies sacrifice control and shareholder protection for liquidity, according to a new study.
If the Trump reflation actually comes few will be happier than value investors.
(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.) Donald Trump's prospective attacks on private debt contrast strongly with his apparent comfort with rising public indebtedness. If carried out, both will have a massive impact on financial and asset markets.
Investors would be better off sticking with firms which pay their chief executives less, according to a new study.
The stock market is taking U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s promises of benefits like tax breaks seriously, but aren’t taking his Twitter threats and grandstanding literally.
Companies with weak corporate governance benefit from having more female board members, who help shareholders to benefit from higher dividends.
Japan, long a hard-luck case when it came to the impact of fiscal and monetary policy, these days is catching break after break.
The idea that people succeed at work up to the point at which they are no longer much good apparently applies to fund managers too.
Donald Trump's tax repatriation plan will create jobs, but far more - and more likely - ones for financial engineers rather than real ones.
The VIX, the so-called fear gauge, is dead but the real risk-appetite index is falling.