Informa's chief macro strategist, David Ader, sees multiple correlations, but few concrete answers.
In the wake of the Nonfarm Payroll report, Treasuries didn’t give up much ground.
Clients may not be getting the income they need in longer-term Treasuries, so advisors need to look to other fixed income sectors. Here’s how they compare.
In July, buybacks fell to $17.3 billion. Daily buyback frequency and volume have dropped to 2009 levels.
The dust is still settling from monetary policy makers across the globe.
Central-bank tightening isn’t deterring investors from China, Korea, Mexico and others.