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Money & CompanyThere are investment trouble spots all over the globe --from the turmoil in Ireland to the latest conflict between North and South Korea. But stock investors donât seem worried about historically risky emerging markets â- and theyâre pouring in...
Money & CompanyThey are coming to shop for name-brand clothes and souvenirs and they are carrying a lot of cash. Foreign visitors from countries with the fastest growing tourist markets to the U.S. are spending an average of $3,517 per trip, with......
Money & CompanyHow financial markets are reacting to news that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has resigned (all data as of about 10:45 a.m. PST): --- U.S. stocks have rallied modestly after opening slightly in the red. The Dow Jones industrial average was......
Money & CompanyFour months after his ugly split with TCW Group, star L.A. bond fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach on Tuesday will launch his first mutual funds, hoping to lure some of the billions of dollars in retail funds he managed while at......
For a kid growing up in L.A. in the early 70s, the Fabulous Forum may as well have been Sleeping Beautys castle at Disneyland, with its snow-white columns and white-hot lights so bright you could see them from the 405. Back then, celebrities were...
There's no sugarcoating what happened to stock mutual funds last year. Wall Street's deepest losses since the 1930s ravaged the fund nest eggs of millions of Americans. There was almost no place to hide. The average domestic stock fund lost 36% in 2008,...
Tuesday's stock market plunge, triggered by a massive selloff in Shanghai, brought to mind a placid Sunday afternoon in Beijing 22 years ago. That's 22 years of my life, which is about the equivalent of a century-and-a-half in terms of China's...
VarietyOne big question on the minds of IM Global's Stuart Ford, Participant Media's Jim Berk and others: Can the emerging markets handle larger-budget films? They discussing just how much biz growing territories like China could support at Friday's Winston...
Tags: Global Expansion
Arab News, Jeddah, Saudi ArabiaOver the past three months, the global economic recovery from last year's slowdown has lost momentum, with several economies still facing significant challenges and unlikely to quickly resume "normal" growth rates, says Moody's Investors Service in a...
The Nation, Bangkok, Thailand / Asia News NetworkBANGKOK (The Nation/ANN) -- Restaurant diners in Asia's emerging markets are more likely to leave a tip than their more developed counterparts, according to a survey across the Asia-Pacific region. The findings were compared with research conducted by...
Tags: Japan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Consumers
Khaleej TimesInvestors across the globe are showing growing optimism for stocks, but are likely to stick to more conservative strategies in 2013, a survey by Franklin Templeton investor reveals. While over 60 per cent of global investors believe their country's...
Savannah Morning News, Ga.Despite the gloomy outlook we tend to hear every day, the U.S. economy is at an all-time high, with American ingenuity leading a domestic energy boom, housing in recovery and manufacturing coming back to American soil. That was the message Ghislaine...
Tags: Business, IKEA, The Home Depot, Consumers, Wells Fargo & Co.
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