Written by Rick Rieder, BlackRock Chief Investment Officer of Global Fixed Income and portfolio manager for the BGF Fixed Income Global Opportunities Fund. Rieder argues that monetary policy restrictiveness
October spooked market participants universally with US stocks enduring their worst month since the financial crisis.
To be the best Afore in terms of yields, they have to be good in several asset classes and that allows them to diversify the portfolios.
Written by Rick Rieder, BlackRock Chief Investment Officer of Global Fixed Income and Portfolio Manager of the BGF Fixed Income Global Opportunities Fund
Traditional fixed income investors do not usually like interest rate hikes. As rates go up, the prices of their bonds go down and they reap negative returns in their portfolios.
The leaps made by the stock market indices Dow Jones (DJI), S&P 500 (S&P), Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQ) and Russell 2000 (RUT) on October 15 and 16, seems more like technical reactions due their fall to the 200 d
Investors may be ready to abandon emerging markets, but the potential is there for a sizeable rebound. U.S. technology is once again ascendant.
Jair Bolsonaro has come out in the lead in the Brazilian presidential elections with 46%.
This month of September is the tenth anniversary of the fall of Lehman Brothers, which was back then the fourth largest bank in the USA, and it initiated the worst global financial crisis in recent decades.