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COPENHAGEN: The Nordic real estate market attracted more investor cash than ever before last year, and it’s now getting even hotter.
ISTANBUL: Turkish stocks may have ascended to record highs this week, but they are unlikely to close a gaping discount to historical valuations because of a batch of local factors that temper investor enthusiasm, according to Neuberger Berman.
Microsoft Corp on Jan 14 rolled out an important security fix after the US National Security Agency tipped off the company to a serious flaw in its widely used Windows operating system, officials said.
BEIJING: Global asset managers are embracing China’s invitation to do more business in one of the world’s fastest-growing financial markets.
NEW YORK: A decline in interest rates on long-term U.S. government bonds below the average stock dividend yield has received less attention than an inverted Treasury yield curve, but it could be a reason stocks find support after a bruising August.
SINGAPORE: Bond investors are keeping their faith in Asia, a region they view as being relatively stable even as an escalation in the trade war threatens to dent global growth.
NEW ORLEANS: Corporate America's biggest shareholders have traditionally been content with sharing their views on a company's strategy privately with management.
OCTOBER can only mean one thing at the popular alfresco Tree Bar at G Hotel Gurney in Penang — the return of Oktoberfest.
SYDNEY: The Philippine peso could be in for greater pain despite the Southeast Asian country's strong economic growth, with major money managers bearish on the currency.
While some emerging markets crises spread, others remain contained. It is still unclear which type Turkey’s is