During the financial crisis, JP Morgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon was the golden boy of Wall Street.
Growth appears to be non-existent in the developed world, or sluggish at best, but markets are at all-time highs. Hans Stoter, chief investment officer of ING Investment Management, discusses with John Authers, Long View columnist, where the opportunities for investors can be found. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
The U.S. is home to some of the greatest colleges and universities in the world.
The stock market may finally be paying attention to market fundamentals, primarily the slowing global economy, from China and Japan in the East to Europe and the U.S. in the West. Stocks have fallen for the past four out of five sessions
Morgan Stanley (MS) Thursday joined the ranks of banks exceeding expectations for first quarter earnings.
In the 1970s, future shock was a huge issue. Theorists feared that technology was progressing so quickly that people would soon be unable to keep up or even cope. Today, Douglas Rushkoff, author of Present Shock and head of Code Literacy at Codecademy , argues that the future is here and what we’re faced with is present shock.
Provided by Business Insider Wall Street has basically given up on Apple (AAPL ). The stock has tanked more than 40% from a peak of $702 last September to a new low of about ~$401 this afternoon. The stock is also now trading at a price-earnings ratio of 9X
Investment in clean energy, like global economic growth, is shifting from West to East, with China leading the pack.
By Michael Santoli More than a year ago Jeremy Siegel proclaimed that the Dow Jones Industrial Average, then near the 12,000 level, was on its way to 15,000. Despite another global-slowdown scare last summer, more European-debt indigestion and a brutal election and fiscal fight, the market has just about obliged, with the Dow riding the latest leg of the four-year-old bull market to a new high near 14,600 last month
As fears of financial collapse ease and equities rally, gold is falling out of favour - for now at least. Currently the yellow metal is trading at about $1,600, down significantly from highs set more than a year ago