STOCKS and other assets are priced at unrealistic levels based on the outlook for global growth, according to billionaire bond guru Bill Gross.

PETER A Nadosy is a pillar of the Wall Street establishment - he spent 27 years at Morgan Stanley, rising to vice-chairman. He served a stint managing the endowment at Harvard, his alma mater, and he...

MARCH started off on a soft note for global markets, with some worries pertaining to future US rate hikes. Although financial assets recovered towards the end of March, some profit-taking on the last...

TRIYARDS Holdings, the listed subsidiary of beleaguered offshore and marine firm Ezra Holdings, announced on Friday a net loss of US$6.25 million for the second quarter ended Feb 28. This compared to...

WHEN Alexander Scott, fourth generation family business owner, led the sale of his family's UK insurance business in 1994, the way forward wasn't so clear...

MY grandson has discovered nursery rhymes and wanders around happily singing London Bridge is falling down, falling down. Despite Brexit, this remains a song of mythical doom. It's acceptable...

SCORE one for the machines. The largest fund company in the world, BlackRock, has faced a thorny challenge since it acquired the exchange-traded fund business from Barclays in 2009. These low cost,...

CHINA's equity markets have been on a wild ride in recent years. After peaking in 2015 at its highest level since 2007, the Hang Seng China Enterprises index of Hong Kong-listed Chinese stocks...

IT'S hard to separate winners from losers in India's burgeoning market for state-government bonds. A recent debt auction saw West Bengal - a state struggling to meet its debt obligations -...

THE Treasury market's bulls and bears are ending the quarter in a virtual stalemate, a sign of scepticism towards the economic outlook that belies the near-record levels in US stocks. Treasuries...