The challenging markets in 2022 were long overdue, said Aswath Damodaran of the Stern School of Business at the Morningstar Investment Conference.
My529, a Utah-based 529 plan, said the banking crisis has not affected its comfort in working with two banks to offer FDIC-insured accounts.
Around 40% of APAC insurers plan to allocate more to private debt and private equity investments at the expense of equity exposure.
As the Federal Reserve's tightening cycle nears its end, market volatility is likely to remain elevated, Global Endowment Management's deputy CIO said.
Credit markets are in the best shape since the global financial crisis, but rising default rates are a concern, AlbaCore CIO David Allen said.
T. Rowe Price's $27 billion New Horizons U.S. small-cap growth equity strategy will accept new investor money for first time since 2013.
Asset managers gave mixed views about the tech and real estate sectors, but were positive on consumer, renewables and electric vehicle companies.
The conditions that made a 60/40 portfolio a loser in 2022 have receded, with duration set to make a partial comeback or better this year.
Alecta said losses resulting from its 1% exposure to Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank will have a small impact on its investments.
Greater gender diversity on an investment team can add 45 basis points per year in net excess returns, a Willis Towers Watson analysis showed.
Institutional investors expect private markets to outperform public markets over the long term, an Adams Street Partners survey found.
Abrdn agreed to sell its discretionary fund management business to LGT for $169 million.
Faced with uncertainty in markets that could last decades, investors are rethinking their approaches to long-term investment.
Legendary short-seller Jim Chanos outlined his new short bets, including Coinbase and IBM, and his continued bets against Tesla and others, in a Twitter Spaces interview with Jennifer Ablan, P&I’s editor-in-chief. Read the full story.