Investment portfolios are subject to legislative risks because the government. can make sudden changes Investment portfolios are subject to legislative risks because the government. can make sudden changes The government can change rules and regulations or even introduce new laws. Some of them might come at an unexpected time. WhenRead 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 →

BISMARCK, ND (AP) — A North Dakota board of directors announced Thursday that it would divest all investments in Russia in the wake of that country’s invasion of Ukraine. North Dakota’s 12-member State Investment Board, led by Lt. Governor Brent Sanford, discussed its future investment strategy in a closed sessionRead More →

The Key Person Income Insurance reports provide a detailed overview of the global market size and share. It gives the historic information and forecast data for six years which incorporates information about the financial information of the global market. Key partners can refer to the information, tables and figures highlightedRead More →

Wall Street brokers expect Retail Opportunity Investments Corp. (NASDAQ: ROIC – Get Rating) will show earnings per share (EPS) of $0.26 for the current fiscal quarter, reports Zacks Investment Research. Two analysts made earnings estimates for Retail Opportunity Investments. The lowest EPS estimate is $0.25 and the highest is $0.26.Read 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 →

If you’re wondering how to pick stocks, chances are you already know that. The question is not How? ‘Or’ What to choose stocks. The question is or look for stocks. Sometimes the market can be confusing. You can keep it simple by sticking to the stocks of companies you’re familiarRead More →

RIYADH: SPACs could reshape Gulf financial markets, bringing together savvy investors and disruptive startups. Last week, the Abu Dhabi stock exchange, known as ADX, introduced its first SPAC framework, paving the way for these types of companies to launch on the exchange. A SPAC, also known as a blank checkRead 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 →

Even by recent standards of destruction wrought by climate change, the December wildfires in Boulder County, Colorado were particularly haunting. Within hours, if not minutes, fires engulfed entire homes, then entire neighborhoods. Families had little time to collect their belongings, if they could go home. The fires caused at leastRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS, February 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In a recent article for Medical economicsDave Gilreath, CIO of Sheaff Brock, reviewed current trends likely to affect sectors, companies and funds with the aim of guiding investors into early 2022. The Fed’s planned interest rate hikes sparked media coverage predicting a market decline.Read 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 →

We learned this month that the US Federal Reserve decided not to raise the countercyclical capital buffer required of banks above its current level of zero, even as the US economy is at a cyclical peak. It also removed “qualitative” ratings from its stress tests for US banks, but notRead 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 →