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Japan’s Negative-Rate Experiment Fails, Investors Hedge Into U.S. Bonds

In January 2016, the Bank of Japan (BoJ) shocked investors with its announcement that it would cut its benchmark interest rate below 0, to -0.1%. The policy was implemented as a way to curtail the effects of falling oil prices and the slowdown of global markets. Haruhiko Kuroda, the governor of the Bank of Japan, [...]

July 22nd, 2016|Blog, Finance, Global Markets|0 Comments

Colombian Peso Volatility May Cause Potential Interest Rate Hike by Central Bank

The chronology of the ups and downs of Colombian peso is indicative of the volatility of the emerging markets. This month, Colombia’s peso showed an uptick most as a result of the U.S. jobs data, which “[...] boosted the appeal of riskier assets by reducing the odds for monetary tightening this month,” according to Bloomberg. [...]

June 22nd, 2016|Blog, Finance, Global Markets|0 Comments

What’s Next For The Brazilian Bond Market?

The Brazilian bond market has been especially volatile in recent years and continues to affect the global economy in several ways. Brazil’s political and economic climate has been making headlines lately with experts pointing out Brazil’s economic crisis is the worst since the U.S. Great Depression. Inflation is over 10.6% in Brazil and the labor [...]

May 30th, 2016|Blog, Finance, Global Markets|0 Comments

The Emerging Asian Markets

Defying bleak global recession prospects, Southeast Asian economies showed considerable Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines. A variety of factors have lead to the Asian market success, all of which have earned several of Asian countries recognition from the 2015 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index, which closely examines emerging markets, supply chain executives, and international [...]

April 20th, 2016|Blog, Finance, Global Markets|0 Comments

Argentina: As Economic Leadership Shifts, So Does Opportunity

Recent developments marked a significant turnaround from the tumult of the Argentinian market. Based on events set in motion at the start of this year, the U.S. Congress passed a 54-16 vote last week to allow President Mauricio Macri to issue a bond and apply part of the funds to pay holdout creditors. Under his [...]

April 10th, 2016|Blog, Finance, Global Markets|0 Comments

Oil Industry Remains Cautiously Optimistic

Since before the 1990s, the oil industry has experienced major ups and downs, showing more of the latter at the end of 2015. On a global scale, revenue has been down for companies, with around 250K oil workers laid off due to the sharp decline in the U.S alone. This loss of jobs has a [...]

April 1st, 2016|Blog, Finance, Global Markets|2 Comments

Current State Of The Energy Industry In China

China is the most populated country in the world. With its advancements in the energy industry and rapid-growing economy, China is poised to be be the largest global energy consumer and producer. Due to its increasing energy needs, especially in recent years, China’s position in the world energy market is profound. China was the second [...]

March 22nd, 2016|Blog, China|0 Comments

China Continues to Expand Presence in Russian Energy Sector

China has become an ever-increasing force in Russia’s energy sector. There have been many indicators of this progress leading up to last year, including Russia and China collaborating on agreements to work together in several capacities involving nuclear energy, space technology, and a cloud computing /data processing center. A trip to Beijing at the end [...]

March 11th, 2016|China|0 Comments

Audio: Ping Capital Management: Exceptional Value Fund

Listen to this Bloomberg BRIEF segment as Bloomberg Brief and Bloomberg News hedge fund reporter Hema Parmar discusses Ping Capital's 39% capital gains on Argentina. More up-to-minute analysis and other news, market data and expert commentary at Bloomberg.com    

February 24th, 2016|Finance, Global Markets|0 Comments

China Relaxes Limits On Overseas Fund Investors

Plans for more lenient foreign investor rules to China’s central banking system signals further opening of financial markets according to a recent Bloomberg article.  The new changes would impact the Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII), which is a program that allows licensed international investors to participate in China's mainland stock exchanges. First launched in 2002 [...]

February 24th, 2016|Blog, Chinese Stock Market, Finance, Global Markets|0 Comments