Here's why investors like the yellow metal and what famed investor Warren Buffett has said about it.
Capital One Arena is wagering that it can get you more interested in sports gambling. And, according to Maryland Smith’s Steven L. Heston, that’s a fairly safe bet.
It’s been a big year for IPOs, but it hasn’t been a kind one. But for all the flops and failures, there have been some highlights. Here are three.
Big U.S. banks have begun cozying up to the business of building and selling mortgage bonds, the very securities that helped plunge them into financial crisis a decade ago. Is it time to worry?
In various corners of the world, central bankers increasingly are paying attention to weather events, carbon emissions and environmentally driven finance efforts.
Tweaks to the Volcker Rule will help fix a regulation that is too vague, complex and burdensome, Maryland Smith finance professor Clifford Rossi says.
Growth across sub-Saharan Africa is expected to outpace global growth this year and next, and the reasons why accentuate the importance of economic diversification, says Maryland Smith’s Lemma Senbet.
“It’s a lot of money,” says Maryland Smith’s Clifford Rossi, of the nearly $700 million that credit reporting giant Equifax has agreed to pay over its massive data breach. But far more needs to be done.
Some 86 years since it was effectively abandoned, the gold standard still comes up from time to time. And each time, Maryland Smith’s David Kass finds himself shaking his head.
Some analysts this earnings season are focusing less on earnings per share and are fixating on something else: Profit margins.