Four ways the Fed’s interest rate hike could affect you
“Even though much of this is anticipated, when short-term rates rise, there’s going to be a bump in mortgage rates and a bump in the cost of capital — and that will happen immediately,” said Jeffrey Bergstrand, an economics and finance professor at the University of Notre Dame and former economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, in a Washington Post piece.
Gas prices soar to record highs Tuesday, led by average $4.11 in Colonial Heights: AAA
Comments about energy prices by finance professor Gianna Bern appearing in a USA Today article were picked up by the Progress-Index.
Biden announces ban on all Russian energy imports over Ukraine invasion; experts expect gas price spike
"In the short term, you're going to see prices definitely go up. How much, it remains to be seen, and where and how the void gets filled," Gianna Bern, energy expert and finance professor at the Mendoza College of Business said in a USA Today piece.
More Information, Less Publicity: New Research Shows that Startups are Less Myopic When They Can Provide Private Disclosure
The findings of accountancy professor Hal White and his co-authors' research on the impact of the JOBS Act on both firm behavior and market performance challenges one of the central tenets of economics.
When companies fire their auditors, timing is clue to future trouble
The Wall Street Journal covered research by Accountancy professor Jeffrey Burks that found the later in the year a company splits with its auditor, the more worried investors should be.
Wall Street Journal
NDIGI lecture discusses investing, Chinese market conditions
The Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing (NDIGI), welcomed Vivian Lin Thurston, CFA, partner and portfolio manager at the investment firm William Blair, to speak as part of the “Empower Asia Speaker Series.” The Observer covered the event.
Private equity funds, sensing profit in tumult, are propping up oil
Finance professor Sophie Shive was interviewed by the New York Times about the investment in the energy sector by secretive private equity groups.
New York Times
Active vs passive: 2 reasons why active wins
Live Wire covered ground-breaking research by finance professor and Dean of Mendoza College of Business Martijn Cremers which showed that only the most distinct and most patient funds go on to meaningfully outperform the stock market over very long periods.
Why bond funds may be riskier than they seem
A Financial Times opinion piece examines research by finance professor Huaizhi Chen which found that almost a third of supposedly safe US bond funds are actually riskier than their classification would imply.
Grounded cargo ship Ever Given floating, moving through Suez Canal: ‘We pulled it off!’
Finance professor Jeffrey Bergstrand was quoted by USA Today in a piece about the grounded ship's effect on global imports and pricing.