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CAI MENG/CHINA DAILY Foreign institutions increased their holdings of domestic yuan-denominated bonds for 10 consecutive months, rising by 66.3 trillion yuan ($10.49 billion) to 4.07 trillion yuan at the end of January, China’s Bond program showed. Connect. Among them, foreign institutions’ bonds on deposit with China Central Depository & ClearingRead More →

Broader US market averages fell on Friday, with the S&P 500 down nearly 3% in the past week. Consumer Staples led the way lower, while the Energy sector was a beacon. Traders sought to uncover stock, bond and commodity prices as news of the deteriorating situation in Ukraine met hopesRead More →

NEW ORLEANS, March 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ClaimsFiler, a FREE shareholder information service, reminds investors that they have until May 6, 2022 to file lead plaintiff claims in a securities class action lawsuit against Rivian Automotive, Inc. (NasdaqGS: RIVN), whether they purchased or otherwise acquired the company’s stock pursuant toRead More →

It has been two weeks since the world woke up to the terrible news of a Russian attack on Ukraine. Notwithstanding the incalculable costs in terms of human lives, as well as human capital and physical infrastructure, we have witnessed much turbulence in the financial markets. So what has happenedRead More →

Since the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war, global capital markets had experienced the initial plunge on February 24, then stabilized and rebounded on the second trading day of February 25. The three major U.S. stock indexes closed collectively, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq up 2.51%,Read More →

OMV no longer pursues investments in Russia Russia will no longer be a central region Strategic options for Yuzhno Russkoye need to be assessed, including divestment or exit options Achimov’s interest in the West Siberian Urengoy gas field will no longer be pursued Value adjustments for Yuzhno Russkoye and forRead More →

As New Jersey leaders seek to ban public entities in the state from doing business with Russia, Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday he has no personal government-related investments in the country. “We don’t,” said Murphy, a multi-millionaire former Wall Street executive, when asked the question during his last – andRead More →

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) — Russia’s attack on Ukraine has caused the board that oversees the state’s investment management to reconsider parts of the financial portfolio. The state has several investments in Russian entities. The first is a $500,000 bond originally issued by the Russian Federation. However, this was purchased fromRead More →

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 26, 2022– WHY: New York, NY, Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of Clarivate Plc (NYSE: CLVT) securities between February 26, 2021 and December 27, 2021 inclusive (the “Period of the appeal”), of the important Deadline of March 25, 2022 for theRead More →

The fight against covid-19 is not over and a new fight is beginning in Russia and Ukraine. It is understood that these behaviors are part of history and that at present, one must have a cool head to be able to invest wisely in these products which offer support forRead More →

“Over the few years Carl has been with Katten, he has developed meaningful relationships with colleagues and clients and demonstrated effective leadership skills, which has positioned him as an excellent candidate for this program,” said Leslie Minier, Katten’s Chief Diversity Partner. “Carl is a talented lawyer, who has a deepRead More →

Strengthens SJI’s ability to deliver safe, reliable, and affordable clean energy, including achieving critical decarbonization efforts by 2040 February 24, 2022 Folsom-based South Jersey Industries, Inc. has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by the Infrastructure Investment Fund (IIF), a private investment vehicle focused on investing in criticalRead More →

Politicians around the world would be happier if persistent inflation could be brought under control without triggering a recession or market shocks. Unfortunately, in the real world, it rarely works that way. With elections looming in the United States and France, and with leadership challenges elsewhere, threading the needle ofRead More →

Environmental, Social and Governance “ESG” funds are an attractive avenue for investors looking for responsible investment choices. While banks and other financial institutions have responded positively to increased demand for such funds, forays into greener and more socially responsible landscapes will not come without associated litigation risk. With the increasedRead More →

A phone conversation Saturday between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin did nothing to ease the tension over a massive Russian military buildup around Ukraine, a senior administration official told reporters. The standoff prepared investors for further volatility this week, with stocks already struggling amid inflation concerns and signalsRead More →

Fely Quitevis-Bateman and her husband Russ Bateman Fely Quitevis-Bateman has worked in the real estate industry for nearly five decades now, beginning her career in Manila in 1974. Through her manual labor and determination, she was able to make a name for herself after moving to the United States. United.Read More →

DUBAI, 30th January, 2022 (WAM) — Dubai has continued to maintain its leading position among the world’s preferred destinations for foreign direct investment (FDI), attracting AED15.9 billion ($4.3 billion) in FDI capital inflows from 378 projects in the first nine months of 2021, a significant increase from the same periodRead More →

The value of most cryptocurrencies has plummeted in recent weeks, wiping out billions of dollars in wealth. And instead of primarily harming crypto enthusiasts, like previous crashes, the impact was widely felt. Cryptocurrencies have seen their popularity skyrocket during the pandemic, attracting countless celebrity endorsements and being incorporated into moreRead More →

NEW YORK, Jan. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bragar Eagel & Squire, PC, a nationally recognized shareholder rights law firm, reminds investors that class action lawsuits have been filed on behalf of shareholders of Instadose Pharma Corp. (OTCMKTS: INSD), Alfi, Inc. (NASDAQ: ALF), Berkeley Lights, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLI) and CloopenRead More →

Amay Tewari, senior photographer The committee that recommends areas for divestiture to the Yale Board of Trustees will begin investigating Yale’s stakes in Chinese companies to ensure they are not complicit in the government’s widespread human rights abuses Chinese. Matthew Mendelsohn ’07, Yale’s chief investment officer, and university president PeterRead More →

It’s a new year, with new resolutions, and several investment strategies to accomplish. However, the advent of the new year does not necessarily mean that the gains and losses of the previous year are ignored. For most of the past year, Covid-19 and inflationary pressures have been top concerns forRead More →

Historical crises are consummate teachers, and this is especially true in the financial sector, where failures are too often duplicated with often devastating consequences. international banker has compiled a series of articles focusing on many of the most impactful financial calamities, frauds and scandals of the 20and and 21st centuries,Read More →

The current health crisis, with its long-term repercussions on the political structure of countries, offers new avenues for researchers to understand how political systems interact with financial players. The topic was recently discussed at the inaugural London Workshop on Political Finance (POLFIN), which reached an international audience of over 200Read More →

According to the United States Commission of Inquiry into the Financial Crisis, the main causes of the 2007-2009 financial crisis were failures in corporate governance and policies, including widespread failures in financial regulation and supervision, lack of transparency, poor government preparedness, and systemic failure of accountability. The Commission concluded thatRead More →

The 21st century has proven economically as tumultuous as the previous two centuries. This period saw multiple financial crises hit nations, regions and, in the case of the Great Recession, the entire global economy. All financial crises share certain characteristics, but each tells its own unique story with its ownRead More →

Adam Smith wrote of the “invisible hand”, whereby the pursuit of the self-interest of individuals in free and competitive markets advances the interest of society as a whole. And Smith was right: free markets have generated unprecedented prosperity for individuals and societies. But, because we can be manipulated or trickedRead More →