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IF you are a stock picker, and don't have much money to spare, the cut in standard board lot sizes from 1,000 to 100 shares will help...

PRIME Minister Antonis Samaras' attempt to buy time in order to complete the reforms pledged by Greece and get the last tranches of the loans promised by the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) (...

FANCY yourself good with opaque foreign terms and acronyms? If the renewed Greek debt crisis is going to play out for a little while longer, here are some words and letters that might be thrown in...

I SEE three main themes that will likely shape the global macro landscape in 2015: disinflationary growth, monetary policy divergence and growing emerging market (EM) differentiation.

THERE is a rising differential between the rich and poor globally today.

TWO thousand years ago, the Roman philosopher Lucius Annaeus Seneca lambasted the short-sightedness of his fellows in their attitude towards time, in words that still resound chillingly today.

RETIREMENT should be thought of as an inflation-protected flow of income to maintain a standard of living, suggested MIT Sloan School of Management finance professor Robert Merton at an event in...

THE unexamined life is not worth living, Socrates famously declared before he was sentenced to death. These words, recounted by his student Plato, were spoken at a trial where he was accused of...