Japan’s $1.5 trillion retirement program wants to improve its passive management strategy.
Deep recession will deliver stocks a second tumble, hedge fund heavyweight says.
After toying with cashing in all his assets, the investor placed a canny wager against corporate fixed-income.
The upstart industry’s flexibility is a big advantage to its longevity amid an oil price war, the firm believes.
Despite a chorus of skepticism, the bank lays out how the market may have stabilized—with caveats, of course.