Hedging against the unwind of QE in Europe

Amid rising uncertainty over when the ECB will end quantitative easing and the likely extent of rate rises in the eurozone, the realization dawns that some investors could suffer devastating losses.

The rehabilitation of Belarus

In a yield-hungry world, what could be more appetizing to investors than a nation with stability offering 7% on its Eurobonds?

How to fix Hong Kong’s markets

Everyone has a complaint about how Hong Kong’s markets are run, whether it is cornerstones, regulation, secret orders, or simply poor performance.