U.S. and Canadian allocators no longer pile into Chinese assets.
Exxon and its kin were laggard stocks for a long time, but now they enjoy flush revenue and strong share prices. The bet: Their clean fuels may give them better stability.
The de-risking trend has seen equities cut in half since 2008, to around 30% of assets, and Milliman thinks that’s where it will stay.
Historically, bad news and painful slumps like today’s inspire blah predictions. Funny thing how wrong they’ve been.
Maybe not, data from WTW and others show. Despite some losses lately, they remain in resilient shape. Here’s how.
COVID, growing shift to OCIO and other factors fueled ’Great Resignation.’
Asset allocators and managers need guidance at a time sustainability has become a hot political topic.
The process of bringing in the right investment advisers for asset allocators has reoriented how the consulting industry does business.
The American semiconductor industry ceded the lead to Asian rivals long ago, and now it is scrambling to catch up.
As the contraction of once-popular shopping centers continues, it’s the lower-end ones that get ejected.
Market conditions could push some plan sponsors to consider risk transfers sooner, but funded status remains a key concern.