A collection of highlights from Fourth Annual India Investment Conference. Different sessions at the event explored different views on the tapering of quantitative easing in the United States, specified challenges and key factors in sustaining economic growth in India, predicted future trends of the rupee, highlighted how the global energy landscape is affecting local oil prices, and issued a wake-up call for practitioners regarding ethical issues facing finance industry.
According to Dan Fuss, CFA, there are always opportunities for those who do their analytical homework. At the CFA Institute Fixed-Income Management conference, he examined some of those opportunities in more detail.
Completing another lap around the sun is always a good excuse for reviewing the past to identify previously invisible trends, as well as to examine which stories you thought were important that turn out not to be important. What follows is my “Best of 2013” stories, all distilled from my more than 2,000 tweets.
CFA Institute CEO John Rogers, CFA, is urging financial professionals to make their industry “a means to an end, rather than an end unto itself.”
Finance professor Amir Sufi of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business argues that the severe U.S. recession and Europe's ongoing economic woes can best be explained as aggregate demand and leverage problems that cannot be effectively treated through monetary policy initiatives alone.
Nobody personifies a "quant" like Emanuel Derman. In his latest book, Derman smartly draws distinctions between three primary ways of describing the world.
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