The market for credit default swaps, the product largely blamed for heightening the global financial crisis in 2007, has more than doubled in the first seven months of 2017 as hedge funds are tempted into riskier assets.
According to the Financial Times, there has been an issuance of $20bn to $30bn worth of credit default swaps so far this year, compared to $15bn for the whole of 2016 and $10bn in 2015. Hedge fund managers...
Revisiting the portfolio debate
'Prepare for market correction'
Proceeds being returned to investors
Poor month for equity fund sales overall
Today at Westminster Magistrates Court
American-style capital protection barriers largely to blame
Professionals from across personal finance sectors have deemed the potential Royal London and LV= merger to be a “powerful opportunity,” but one that is “bound to be complicated”.
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