Department of Business Economics
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Stock prices are rising and rising: is this the time to get in?

The dutch AEX index is at a historically high point and keeps on rising. Patrick Verwijmeren answers three questions about the stock prices
Patrick Verwijmeren, Pofessor of Corporate Fince at Erasmus School of Economics

First-time buyers rate their chances in housing market higher

In an AD article, Assistant Professor Matthijs Korevaar offers insight into the shifts for first-time buyers in the housing market.

Updated profit expectations

In a broadcast of BNR Nieuwsradio's Investor Panel, professor Mary Pieterse-Bloem discusses profit warnings from listed companies.
Image - Mary Pieterse-Bloem

The end of negative interest rates

In an article of the Dutch newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad, Mary Pieterse-Bloem discusses the results of her research into the effects of negative interest
Image - Mary Pieterse-Bloem

Can I become rich from shares?

Savings rates are historically low and housing prices are high. If you want to invest, buying stocks seems to be the best option. Young and old are putting mo..

Black swans and golden mountains

In the investor panel of BNR Nieuwsradio, Mary Pieterse-Bloem discusses the consequences of the war in Ukraine and the reward policy of Flow Traders.
Image - Mary Pieterse-Bloem

Constructing the global market portfolio and adding in cryptocurrencies

In the Meb Faber Show, Associate Professor of Finance Laurens Swinkels is the guest. Here, his article on 'the market' is discussed.
Laurens Swinkels

The risks of investing in Tech

Tech companies on financial markets are currently experiencing huge volatilities. Mary Pieterse-Bloem explains what is currently happening at NPO Radio 1.
Image - Mary Pieterse-Bloem

Do retail investors put money towards a better planet?

Sustainable investing has become all the rage. In this opinion article by professor Mary Pieterse-Bloem, she discusses retail investor preferences.

How the outflow of investing means is caused by European bureaucracy

In an article from Het Financieele Dagblad, a possible reform of the European capital market is discussed to make it greener and more attractive to investors.
Image - Mary Pieterse-Bloem

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