June 23, 2021

Growth, Value, and Dividend Aristocrats

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By: Ashley Kindergan From The Financialist There are numerous reasons to be optimistic about global equities in the coming year. Capital is plentiful; central banks in Europe, the United Kingdom, and some Asian economies have an easing bias; and the equity strategists on Credit Suisse’s Global Markets team believe the equity risk premium is higher […]

Next up for central banks: infrastructure investments?

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By Alice Gomstyn From The Financialist Published: July 7, 2016 In the years following the global financial crisis, the world’s leading economies have found relief through aggressive monetary policy. But with interest rates slashed to historic lows and central bank balance sheets significantly larger as a percent of GDP than they were before the financial […]

Malta: Evarist Bartolo insists: Bannister’s position is untenable [Director of Cayman Islands investment scheme]

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From Times of Malta Updated with tweet by Simon Busuttil, second post by Evarist Bartolo Education Minister Evarist Bartolo has maintained his attack on Joe Bannister, chairman of the Malta Financial Services Authority, insisting in a Facebook post today that his position is untenable because of his conflicting role as director of a collective investment […]

The Great Fall of China?

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Geoff Cook Chief Executive Officer From Jersey Finance Tumbling stock markets around the world have triggered a resurgence in the debate about the sustainability of China’s economic performance. So what does the future hold? Chinese intervention to prop up the Shanghai stock exchange has fuelled speculation about economic growth running out of steam and after […]

Why I ripped up $1 million [and I’m known as Cayman]

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By Alberto Echegaray Guevara Alberto Echegaray Guevara is a social entrepreneur turned artist, known as Cayman. He is a founding partner and CEO of biotech company Control Micro. What does $1 million represent? Maybe it’s a dream home or comfortable retirement. It could be a sign that you’ve made it. Or it represents the unattainable. […]

BIS: Central banks warned of ‘false sense of security’

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From BBC The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has warned that ultra-low interest rates have lulled governments and markets “into a false sense of security”. The Basel-based organisation – usually dubbed the “central banks’ central bank” – urged policy makers to begin to normalise rates. “The risk of normalising too late and too gradually should […]