The K@W Network:
Are the best days for U.S. economic growth long gone? Or do they still lie ahead?
In his new book, former rogue trader Alexis Stenfors talks about the high stakes of currency trading and what it’s like to hide a $100 million loss.
Money managers who do both currency and commodities trades could be overloading on risk, Wharton research finds.
Far-reaching structural reforms, cleaner bank balance sheets and a rash of new investable savings have spurred hopes of lucrative stock market returns in India.
For many Americans, how the Federal Reserve operates is a mystery. A new book by former Fed analyst Danielle DiMartino Booth offers an insider's view.
Recent Wharton research illustrates the need for managers to understand where investor beliefs are when disclosing information.
Financial reforms in China lag far behind the country's outsized impact on the global economy. How far and how fast should its global financial integration go?
Wharton experts discuss how a rollback of regulations on the financial sector would impact Wall Street and the U.S. economy.
Like so many other things in real estate, perspectives on whether the housing market has recovered following the Financial Crisis will depend on three things: location, location, location.
We should be asking why alternative paths to IPOs are developing so much faster, writes Wharton senior fellow and finance lecturer David Erickson.