金融教育

  • UBS House View - Daily US Japan’s turn in the sun

    The Japanese equity market has underperformed most major stock markets in the world so far this year, with gains of 9% compared with more than 15% for global and Eurozone equities. Japan’s markets will be closed for an extended golden week holiday from 27 April to 6 May to celebrate the Imperial succession. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 18 Apr 2019
  • Global financial markets Be prepared: Plan, Protect, and Grow

    Of all the countries surveyed in our 1Q Investor Sentiment survey, investors based in the US were most likely to express the view that it is getting late in the market cycle. 44% of US investors describe the market cycle as “toward the end” (compared to global average of 26%). 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 18 Apr 2019
  • Sustainable investing Renewing our energy for Earth Day

    The 49th celebration of Earth Day occurs 22 April. In recognition of the occasion, CIO wants to highlight some important and encouraging trends in global energy. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 18 Apr 2019
  • Clean air and carbon reduction Every breath you take

    Maybe we can’t escape the air we breathe. But we can discover how clean, dirty or pollenated the air is where we live, work and play, and when possible, choose healthier environments. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 17 Apr 2019
  • Liquidity Solutions The benefits of cash alternatives

    Investors may be considering holding more of their portfolio in cash, given the flat yield curve and the risk of rising volatility ahead. However, cash comes with high opportunity costs. Cash alternatives such as CDs could fulfill some of the benefits of cash while minimizing the opportunity costs. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 17 Apr 2019
  • UBS House View - Daily US Signs of policy traction in China

    Chinese GDP grew by a better-than-expected 6.4% year over year in 1Q19, with strength across the board in fixed asset investment, retail sales and industrial production. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 17 Apr 2019
  • Retirement Should I stay or should I go?

    "Should I stay or should I go?" While some of you may be thinking of The Clash's 1982 single or scenes from Stranger Things, homeowners may be asking themselves this as they near retirement. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 17 Apr 2019
  • Longevity Tiger's roar: lessons about longevity

    I don't think I've ever been more nervous watching golf than I was watching Tiger tee off on 18 in the final round of the Masters this past weekend. We're a Tiger family (although the 2-year old has recently been rooting for Ricky) and, I mean, he's Tiger. He doesn't choke, but it's been a long road back. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 17 Apr 2019
  • Sustainable Investing Behavioral seeds of change

    Companies and investors alike continue to evolve their behavior to reflect the importance of sustainability considerations. They aren't just being altruistic – they are motivated as much by the implications for financial performance as by the desire to do good. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 16 Apr 2019
  • Investor Watch Single point of view

    The most recent Investor Watch survey found that single women feel more financially knowledgeable than married women, but single millennial women are the least engaged with their finances. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 16 Apr 2019
  • UBS House View - Daily US Trading up: The EU aims for a deal with the US

    EU trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom has targeted signing a trade deal on industrial goods with the US by the end of October. The announcement is a refreshing change after a recent flurry of headlines underlining rising trade tensions between the US and the EU, especially over respective subsidies to Airbus and Boeing. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 16 Apr 2019
  • House View Weekly – Deeper Dive Lower for longer poses risks for investors

    Lower rates for longer raise two primary medium-term concerns, namely whether central banks have enough ammunition to combat the next recession and whether lower borrowing costs will contribute to the rise in global debt. A recession and a credit crunch aren’t our base case, but investors should diversify to protect against future risks. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 15 Apr 2019
  • Markets Another high. What's next for the bull market?

    The S&P 500 registered yet another all-time high* on Friday. The global stock market, which includes both US and international equities, is following close behind at just 2.8% below setting a fresh record high. Many diversified portfolios began registering fresh all-time highs weeks ago. So what does this mean for investors? Let's walk through a few frequently asked questions... 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 15 Apr 2019
  • UBS House View - Daily US The trillion dollar space race gathers pace

    In a significant milestone for the commercialization of space, the Falcon Heavy rocket delivered its first paid payload to orbit on 11 April. The launch of the rocket, reportedly the most powerful flying vehicle in operation, was capped by the successful return to earth of its reusable boosters and center core stage. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 12 Apr 2019
  • Washington Weekly Under the dome - big banks and net neutrality

    The House Financial Services Committee (HFSC) has been working on legislation to modernize the existing Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) regulatory regime for combatting money laundering. One bill would update existing requirements to, among other things, promote greater application of new technologies toward BSA/AML compliance and greater cooperation between banks and law enforcement. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 12 Apr 2019
  • Investing Black holes and the evidence of things not seen

    This week scientists unveiled the first ever picture of a black hole. Black holes are super-massive stars that have so much gravity that even light can't escape them—so as you can imagine, taking a picture of one is a bit of a paradox. 更多

    • 作者: 瑞銀編輯團隊
    • 12 Apr 2019