Larry Fink

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Active fund management is in retreat, with investors increasingly flocking to low-cost passive investing strategies, but is there a danger of overshoo(...)

In a tweet on Thursday Bill Gross, the founder of bond powerhouse Pimco and now a fund manager at Janus, said: “Global yields lowest in 500 years of recorded history…. This is a supernova that will explode one day.” (Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)

The $10tn pile of negative-yielding government bonds is a “supernova that will explode one day”, according to Janus Capital’s Bill Gross, underscorin(...)

Exchange-traded funds are similar to ordinary funds in that they provide access to a basket of stocks. However, they trade like stocks and can be bought and sold throughout the trading day. Photograph: Bryan Thomas/Getty Images

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have democratised the investment world, offering ordinary investors low-cost access to asset classes that were previously(...)

Stock picking: ETFs offer investors the ability to assemble a low-cost, diversified portfolio but their convenience tempts investors to partake in the trading game in which the only sure winners are the brokers and dealers of Wall Street. Photograph: Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Images

Vanguard founder and passive investing champion John Bogle sparked controversy recently when he warned investors to “beware” of exchange-traded funds (...)

President of Goldman Sachs,  Gary  Cohn,  at Davos: “What I am concerned about is the ability of the US to raise rates with what’s going on with the rest of the world.”  Photograph: Bloomberg

Wall Street executives said the US Federal Reserve’s ability to raise interest rates will be restrained by weak economic growth abroad and slow inflat(...)

Snowmen wearing the world’s flags at Davos 2015.

An evergreen joke among speakers at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos warns against making predictions. Whatever you say, the punchli(...)

NYSE trader: an emphasis on share prices and on meeting quarterly earnings expectations has led to destructive short-term behaviour by some chief executives. Photograph: EPA/Justin Lane

The idea that a company’s primary purpose is to enrich its shareholders is the “dumbest idea in the world”, according to high-profile GMO strategist J(...)

Helena Morrissey: “We want sustainable change in business culture – not the appearance of change.” photograph: brenda fitzsimons

If Sheryl Sandberg’s treatise to women is to Lean In to their careers, Helena Morrissey has a somewhat different piece of advice for women looking to (...)

An ETF tries to reflect the market by acquiring the underlying securities in the index it tracks. photograph: brendan mcdermid/reuters

Since their creation in the early 1990s, exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, have found favour with many an investor looking to gain exposure to a particu(...)

The World Cup begins next week, and the winning country can hope to enjoy a market boost, with Goldman Sachs finding a “clear pattern of outperform(...)

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