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Great Britain’s decision to leave the European Union sparked volatility in global markets on June 24.
While overleveraged exploration and production (E&P) companies most exposed to the shale boom remain pressured, some investment opportunities have arisen.
Argentina’s successful return to the capital markets is a reminder that elections matter. Can Brazil turn things around as well?
Some earnings estimates in hardest-hit sectors still look too high.
China, the world’s largest consumer of semiconductors, is moving aggressively into manufacturing them, which threatens producers in Korea and Taiwan.
The $330 billion global semiconductor industry is undergoing historic consolidation, but innovation in some quarters has stalled, say analysts.
Unlike past cycles, the market is rewarding companies with proven deal making skills.
Here's how Lord Abbett portfolio managers have scoped out opportunities in a market rife with rich valuations, earnings misses, commodity deflation, and sector sell-offs.
Forget the efficient market hypothesis. Determining intrinsic value in volatile markets rife with "fallen angels," "falling knives," and "dead cat" bounces is no random walk.