Tech stocks have endured a brutal year so far, but asset manager Patrick Armstrong believes investor interest in Big Tech could reignite next year. Armstrong, who is chief investment officer at wealth manager
Covid control workers disinfect an area in Beijing on Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, where a day earlier locals had gathered to protest stringent Covid measures.
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A U.S. recession induced by central-bank efforts to curb inflation is likely to arrive by mid-2023 and trigger a sharp and “temporarily painful” decline in equities, according to Deutsche Bank researchers.
“We see major
A recession is looming, inflation looks likely to continue and it's "critical" for investors to be looking at valuations right now, says Steven Glass, managing director of Pella Funds Management. "There's so many
After rare protests erupted in China at the weekend over stringent Covid-19 restrictions, investor focus has once again shifted to the country. Many global companies are heavily exposed to China, including some of