Ingo Narat is a financial editor in Frankfurt.
Zum ersten Mal kostet das Weißmetall mehr als 1500 Dollar je Feinunze. Was genau der Grund für den rapiden Preisanstieg ist, das bleibt auch für Experten ein Rätsel.
With more than €2 trillion squirreled away in savings accounts, the average citizen still accepts terrible returns, ignoring how interest rates have hovered around zero for nearly a decade.
Daimler's earnings may be climbing, but its share price has stagnated. Investors are nervous about legal risks, the cost of rolling out electric cars and its new Chinese shareholder.
Germans might point fingers at the United States for unleashing a global stock market shockwave. But a chaotic political situation back home isn’t helping the blue-chip DAX.
More new cash flowed in last year than ever before and net inflows are heading for another record in 2018 — unless the bull market comes to an end.
US fund manager Vanguard, a giant at home but almost unknown in Europe, is launching more than 20 funds in Germany in a direct challenge to archrival BlackRock.
By linking fund managers' commissions to market outperformance, Allianz’s US investment arm is trying a fresh twist on an old idea.
The ECB president said nothing about the strength of the euro this week, prompting the European currency to surge still higher against the dollar.
Mario Draghi had nothing to say about the recent strength of the Euro this week, prompting the European currency to surge even higher against the dollar.
Asset managers have started removing German carmakers from their portfolios because of collusion charges. It’s another blow for the industry after Dieselgate and potential driving bans.