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Bolton Global Capital is an independent broker dealer and FINRA member firm since 1985 providing financial advisors and their clients with the broadest possible access to the world’s financial markets and investment products. Client accounts are held and securities cleared through Pershing, LLC., a BNY Mellon company. Bolton Global Capital, formerly known as Delta Equity Services, has more than 45 branch offices throughout the US and affiliates in foreign countries.

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Market Perspectives from BNY Mellon

Risks and Structural Changes in the Global Marketplace


Siguler Guff's Jim Gereghty identifies some key drivers of the changes taking place in financial markets and explains why these changes may present opportunities as well as risks.

Expanding the Opportunity Set: Total EM Investing


Alexander Kozhemiakin of Standish and Sean Fitzgibbon of TBCAM discuss the potential risk and return benefits of expanding country diversification in emerging markets investing by combining exposures to equity, bond and currency markets in a holistic approach.

The Case for Global Multi-Credit Investing


Experts from Alcentra and BNY Mellon Investment Management explain why they believe investors interested in seeking attractive risk-adjusted returns should seek out global managers with successful track records and deep expertise in both U.S. and European markets.

Update on China's Foreign Reserves and FX Policy


This update reviews the deep dive that the People's Bank of China's (POBC) foreign reserve numbers took in August and the potential choices the POBC has in front of it.

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Carbon Divestment or Higher Prospective Returns: A False Dilemma?


Climate change has been a growing concern among investors. The research team at Standish shows that there may be a way to significantly reduce the carbon impact of corporate debt portfolios without necessarily diminishing potential returns.

Standish May & June Bond Market Observations


David Leduc and Thomas Higgins of Standish discuss opportunities in the fixed income markets later this year and in 2016.