A new report by SunGard analyst Madalin Prout discussed the evolving world of Asian hedge funds. The industry has demonstrated rapid growth in recent years, and it now plays a major role in Asian equity markets.
UBS recently released its 2015 Prices and Earnings Report, a look at earnings and purchasing power in different cities around the world. Chief economist Andreas Höfert and others compiled statistical comparisons of pricing in different cities to see how far wages go in different parts of the world.
A new report by Societe Generale analyst Albert Edwards has the financial world buzzing, and not in a good way.
In a new report, Jefferies analyst Randal Konik discusses a recent conversation the firm had with handbag industry expert and Snob Essentials co-founder Kelly Cook. Cook revealed her ideas about the role that Millennials are playing in the slumping affordable luxury space.
Gabelli & Company analyst Brett Harriss recently put together a report on the coming Madison Square Garden spinoff. In the report, Harriss provided a cheat sheet that details the operations of the two post-spinoff companies and discussed Gabelli’s take on Madison Square Garden as an investment.
In a new report, Oppenheimer analyst Holden Lewis addressed some misconceptions the market may have about Zebra Technologies. Lewis believes that investors are too quick to draw comparisons between Zebra and rival NCR Corp when there are key distinctions between the two stocks that make Zebra a much better play.
A new report by Goldman Sachs analyst Max Layton is full of bad news for copper investors. Despite a steep collapse in copper prices, Layton believes that copper investors will be waiting for years for copper prices to recover.
Shares of WebMD and Everyday Health have taken a nosedive in recent days on fears and uncertainty surrounding Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton’s new prescription drug price capping plan.
Chinese economic weakness has been the primary concern for global investors in recent months. However, a new report by CLSA analyst Elinor Leung discussed one segment in China that is still seeing rapid top-line growth: Internet companies.
In a new report, Oppenheimer analyst Brian Nagel downgraded CarMax from Outperform to Perform and removed the firm’s $77 target for the stock.