Using modern financial tools, such as contingent claims analysis (CCA), to better understand how macrofinancial risks transfer through markets to affect various asset classes, currencies, and investment strategies.
Applying CCA as a framework for valuing and determining the risk structure of sovereign securities, including on- and off-balance-sheet exposures such as guarantees and feedback loops.
Creating an integrated macro modeling of macrofinancial risk and monetary and fiscal policies for central banks and for investors to analyze the impact of alternative government and central bank policies.
Jennifer Curry formerly served as managing editor of the Enterprising Investor. Previously, she was the social media manager at the New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA). Prior to her work at NYSSA, Curry worked as the senior project editor for a nonfiction imprint at Barnes & Noble Publishing and as an assistant editor at the H.W. Wilson Company. She is the editor of several volumes in the Reference Shelf series, and her writing has appeared in Smithsonian, IndustryWeek, Barnes & Noble Review, and other publications. Curry holds a BS in journalism and a BA in anthropology from the University of Kansas, and an MA in anthropology from Hunter College, City University of New York.
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Esoterica Capital has brought to Cboe Global Markets an exchange-traded fund that invests in companies working on 5G wireless technology. The Esoterica NextG Economy ETF is actively managed. ETF (31 Mar.)
Market participants have applauded a decision by the European Securities and Markets Authority to delay enforcement of the Securities Financing Transactions Regulation until July, but many have pressed ahead with preparation for compliance. "July will be here before we know it, so although this gives firms time to work through any integration issues, they can't take their foot off the pedal," says Linda Coffman, executive vice president at SmartStream Technologies. Practice Insight (31 Mar.)
The Trump administration has published a final rule that scales back mileage standards. The rule requires automakers to improve fuel efficiency by 1.5% annually, down from 5% annually under a rule adopted during the Obama administration. The Associated Press (31 Mar.)
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