BlackRock's chief executive Larry Fink has said the strength of the US dollar could undermine the economic recovery in the US as it puts pressure on US firms.
Leading investment firms have told US regulators that the departure of Bill Gross from PIMCO was a “stress test” that the industry has passed.
The former BlackRock executive who paid £43,000 compensation for dodging train fares has said reports of his wrongdoing have been exaggerated.
BlackRock's head of UK small- and mid-cap equities Ralph Cox has resigned after over 15 years at the firm.
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BlackRock's Catherine Raw, co-manager of the group's World Mining trust, is to exit the business next month.
Latin American equities have been out of favour with investors for some time, but things could be about to change, writes BlackRock's Will Landers.
BlackRock has cut fees on its FTSE 100 ETF to just 0.07% as the price war among passive product providers continues.
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Financial services has witnessed a number of famous apologies over the years linked to fraud, rogue trading, and even train fare dodging. Investment Week remembers the most notable, and the ones which never were.
BlackRock is launching a new range of three target-date funds ahead of pension freedom reforms coming into effect on 6 April.
With interest in Asian equity funds having dwindled in recent months as concerns over emerging markets escalate, Premier Asset Management's Simon Evan-Cook outlines the portfolios he still backs in the region.
BlackRock has hired Deborah Winshel as managing director and global head of impact investing as it launches a dedicated platform for investors with social and environmental criteria.
The falling oil price is having myriad impact on a range of assets, and mortgage-backed securities could be the main beneficiaries this year, explains BlackRock's Michael Fredericks.
BlackRock pipped Woodford Investment Management to be the top-selling fund group of 2014, in large part due to the popularity of its index funds, according to the latest Pridham Report.
Investment Quorum has unveiled a series of funds it is backing to navigate currency wars and unpredictable central bank action in 2015, said the group's CIO Peter Lowman.
BlackRock's Justin Christofel has been increasing his exposure to bond ETFs in order to minimise fixed income liquidity risk in the £1.2bn Global Multi-Asset Income fund.
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BlackRock has changed the name and investment objective of its Global Bond fund, managed by Scott Thiel, who will also gain two co-managers.
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Nine of the world's biggest fund managers are preparing to set up their own 'dark pool' for equity trading in an effort to avoid interference from high frequency traders.
The British Assets trust will be renamed BlackRock Income Strategies if proposals to overhaul the company are approved by shareholders.