American International Group Inc., the bailed-out insurer, is comfortable taking “liquidity risk” in its investment portfolio as it seeks to improve returns amid low interest rates, the head of its largest unit said.
It’s never been easier for individuals to enter some of the most esoteric debt markets. Wall Street’s biggest firms are worried that it’ll be just as simple for them to leave.
For the first time in eight years, a rally in Philippine equities is leaving the country’s stock exchange behind.
Sweden’s largest banks should continue to cut their structural liquidity risks and make sure they have enough capital to cope with future losses, the central bank said.