European regulators have given up trying to ‘squeeze profits’, says global equity manager.
Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund called for continued reform of the international monetary system as global growth is “uneven”.
Edelsten boosts Japan exposure as companies finally start paying out to shareholders.
The risks to financial stability have risen and rotated since October last year, according to the IMF, which has called for “prompt action”.
Research indicates that when taking a contrarian position, patience is an underrated virtue.
Corporate governance consultancy PIRC backs proposed new board members, a view which supports Investment Adviser campaign.
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