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Emerging-market debt now faces a 'Lehman moment' -- here's how you can profit
We show you the best way to profit from the looming emerging-market debt debacle.
Here are the top income choices for a shrinking dividend growth environment
If you're an income investor, don't despair. As dividend growth slows, you can rely on other compelling choices for robust, reliable yields.
Loomis Long U.S. Dollar, Sees Limited Opportunities in Eurozone Bonds
Loomis, Sayles & Company’s Lynda Schweizer says she expects the euro and yen to continue lower, which has made investing in fixed-income difficult.
10-Year Treasury Yields Likely Headed Higher, Value in Preferred Stock
Heather Loomis, West director of fixed income at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, says investors should seek out preferred stock as bonds are likely headed lower.
'Fast Money' Recap: Stay Away From Biotech for at Least a Month
The trading panel looked at biotech stocks, the price of oil and Lululemon.
How to Shake Up Your ETF Portfolio in a Complacent Market
Complacency has continued to drive stocks to all-time highs. But many risks are lurking beneath the surface that deserve your attention.
Emerging-Market ETFs Are Showing Excellent Strength
Emerging-market stocks and bonds have been outperforming their domestic counterparts for the last six months. These ETFs are an undervalued global investment opportunity.
Treasury Yields Jump After Weak $43 Billion 2-Year Auction, Sliding Foreign Demand
The Treasury sold $43 billion in 2-year notes at a high yield of 4.29% - nearly a full percentage point above last month's auction levels.
Economist El-Erian Sees Strong Chance for Recession
But he thinks the Fed must keep raising interest rates to quell inflation. And he expects continued market volatility.
Pound Collapse Puts Dollar Parity, Emergency Bank of England Rate Hikes in Focus
Britain's new government said it will continue focusing on tax cuts and new borrowing to boost growth even as markets push the pound to a record low against the U.S. dollar.
What Happens to Your Credit Card When Interest Rates Rise
With interest rates soaring, credit card consumers may be in for a shock