NEW YORK A strategy to invest in high-yielding assets from developed economies using low interest rate currencies in so-called "carry trades" could still work in 2010 despite worries about the euro-zone debt crisis.
NEW YORK Copper and oil prices could leap on strong industrial demand in coming months and gold may rise further on inflation-linked buying, suggesting a new wave of gains for commodities.
Top Wall Street economists and investment strategists are putting U.S. stocks at the top of their shopping lists.
NEW YORK The turmoil in Europe over Greece's debt woes has sparked a few fears that market turbulence looms over the United States because of its growing federal deficit.
NEW YORK It is unlikely the U.S. economy will take a turn for the worse and slip back into recession, top economists and investment strategists said this week.
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NEW YORK Investors oversold emerging market currencies on "overdone" fears on Europe's debt crisis, and they now risk missing an upturn in fast-growth emerging Asian nations, a top emerging market strategist said on Wednesday.
LONDON Ratings agency Standard and Poor's does not consider that a Greek debt default in the near term and a breakup of the euro zone are inevitable, a senior official said on Wednesday.
NEW YORK The United States is not facing a double-dip recession, and with inflation low conditions are setting up for "equities in general" to do well, Goldman Sachs' senior U.S. investment strategist Abby Joseph Cohen said on Wednesday.
NEW YORK U.S. stocks are now near a bottom and could rally before the end of July, the chief U.S. equity strategist for JPMorgan Chase said on Wednesday, adding that U.S. equities currently may be a better bet than European shares.
NEW YORK The recent sell-off in industrial commodities may have been sharper than investors expected but they could stage an equally surprising rebound if emerging nations continue to rapidly build infrastructure, a strategist for top commodities trader Goldman Sachs said on Wednesday.