Monthly Archives: January 2015

Global Equity Market Performance

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US Sector ETF Performance – January 30

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Daily Risk Monitor – January 30

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Larry Summers on Charlie Rose

A discussion about the global economy with Larry Summers, President Emeritus of Harvard University. “We are in uncharted territory economically.” Click here for interview (click here if pictures are not observable)

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US Sector ETF Performance – January 29

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Daily Risk Monitor – January 29

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Is patience a virtue? – FT

The Federal Reserve’s latest statement on monetary policy left the central banks options open on an interest rate rise later this year. The FT’s John Authers suggests that international developments may force the Fed to be more patient. Click here … Continue reading

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US Sector ETF Performance – January 28

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Daily Risk Monitor – January 28

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Valuing Apple – FT

Apple has just returned the most profitable quarter of any public company in history. Lex’s Oliver Ralph and Robert Armstrong discuss why it is difficult to value the iPhone maker and how innovative it needs to be. For more video … Continue reading

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