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Why Bargain Hunting in Continental Europe Yields No Results
Given the negative yields in Continental Europe, it would be wise to combine developed markets with good economic fundamentals.
Many Parallels in Developed Countries’ Bond Markets
In the first week of August 2016, the BOE (Bank of England) cut its key interest rate to a record low of 0.25% from 0.5%, the first cut in seven years.
International Diversification: Stepping outside the Comfort Zone
Some say investors should step step away from domestic markets to benefit from international diversification. The world has changed, and global financial markets are more interconnected.
Should You Be Worrying about China?
China’s slowdown will remain a concern for the foreseeable future. That’s a problem for those Asian economies, such as commodities exporters Malaysia and Indonesia.
What Led to the Rout in Chinese Stocks?
The rout in Chinese stocks was only a matter of time. It’s clear that this wasn’t a bull market due to fundamental reasons.