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INSEAD Professor: US to Lose Its Place as Top Spot for Venture Capital Next Year

Claudia Zeisberger expects early and late stage venture capital investments in the US will reach US$94 billion in 2019, behind an expected US$102 billion in China. Read More

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Looking for an Asset Management Job in Asia? Time to Measure Up

Be prepared to learn — and more importantly, demonstrate — new career competencies when looking for financial services opportunities in Asia. Read More

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Chinese Government Bonds: The Elephant in the Room

China’s government fixed-income market constitutes a US $12-trillion opportunity, according to Emil Nguy. Read More

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Two out of Three: India and China in the Coming Decade

The global economies expected to shine in the coming decade could mean that a pivot to Asia is a strategic imperative for many investors. Read More

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Amy Myers Jaffe: Energy Markets and Musical Chairs

Ten years ago, we thought the world was running out of oil, that China and other emerging market countries would have insatiable energy demand growth, and that production costs would generally rise over time. That turned out to be wrong. Energy expert Amy Myers Jaffe explains why the world looks different today.

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Peak Oil and Runaway China: A Dangerous Combination of Memes

A pair of memes, working in concert, created a dangerous scenario for energy investors who thought that this time would be different. Read More

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Five Essential Issues for Financial Professionals in the Year Ahead

New investment platforms and technological advances are changing the work of investment professionals and transforming investment paradigms. Read More

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Fixed Income in Emerging Markets: 2016 Bill of Health

Jason Voss, CFA, assesses three factors to understand the current bill of health for emerging market fixed-income investments. Read More

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Will China’s GDP Surpass That of the US in This Decade?

By some measurements, China’s economy has already overtaken the United States — but investors should keep some important facts in mind. Read More

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The Intersection of Geopolitics and Economics: Insights from Ian Bremmer

In a global environment of increased fragmentation and uncertainty, Ian Bremmer’s analysis of political developments and their effects on financial markets is particularly relevant. Read More

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