Here are some insights on the January market turmoil—and its implications for investment managers.
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Developing its own independent monetary policy means China no longer has to hitch its currency to the strong U.S. dollar. And that should be a positive, not a negative.
China first devalues—then supports—its currency. What exactly is going on?
Beijing is betting that lowering the value of the yuan will help its faltering export sector. But the move may not immediately produce the desired economic boost.
The European Central Bank’s continuing commitment to quantitative easing eventually will boost the economies of emerging markets and support their currencies.
Market contagion, however, should be limited.
In the last of a three-part series, Zane Brown offers some potential strategies to respond to the dollar's recent increase versus other currencies.
In the second of a three-part series on the dollar's renewed vigor, Zane Brown looks at its potential impact on the U.S. economy—and corporate profits.
Here's the first of a three-part series on the rise of the U.S. currency—and what it could mean for markets and the economy.