Reshma Kapadia, Barron's

Reshma Kapadia


Chevy Chase, MD, United States

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Recent articles by Reshma:

Want to Invest in Emerging Markets? Here’s How to With European, Japanese Stocks.

The case for investing abroad is building. → Read More

Prime Money Funds Aren’t Worth the Risk, Vanguard Says. It’s Changing Its Lineup.

The company is turning its prime money-market fund into a government fund, effective in late September. → Read More

What the U.S. Can Learn From China’s Consumer Comeback

Travel is out, but e-commerce, luxury-goods shopping, and home improvement are in. What the U.S. can learn from China’s revival. → Read More

Bank of America Private Bank Sees a Bull Market in the Making

The recovery may be bumpy, but here’s the case for buying on weakness. → Read More

Ant Could Be the Biggest IPO Ever, but It Will Bypass the U.S. Others Could Follow.

The move by the Jack Ma-founded company comes as U.S.-China tensions continue to escalate → Read More

European Stocks Have Long Lagged Behind the U.S. Why That Might Change.

BlackRock Investment Institute’s team says European stocks are poised to outperform in the near term. → Read More

How Covid-19 Will Shape the Future of Senior Living. New Models of Care, More Aging in Place.

The senior-living industry was already in a state of flux—adjusting to longer life spans and changing desires for care—before the coronavirus outbreak. The crisis is sure to accelerate the upheaval, and what emerges will look different from today. → Read More

China’s Hard Line on Hong Kong Could Mean Big Changes for Investors

The move comes amid a tougher U.S. stance against China on multiple fronts. → Read More

Add a Trade War With China to the Covid-19 Worry List

Tensions are rising again between the U.S. and China. Whether the heightened rhetoric will lead to actions is a worry for investors. → Read More

The Economic Recovery Rests on Getting Consumers to Spend. It Won’t Be Easy.

Consumer spending has plummeted during the pandemic, and constraints on how companies do business will create more problems. Here’s how the economy could recover—and where investors should start shopping. → Read More

Oil’s Collapse Puts Even More Pressure on Emerging Markets. Why Mexico Is the Most Vulnerable

Among the commodity-producing emerging market countries, the one that is worrying analysts the most is Mexico. The collapse in oil prices just adds to the pressure. → Read More

Get Ready for a PostCoronavirus World. The Economy Will Never Be the Same.

The pandemic has changed the behavior of consumers, companies, and government—and some will have lasting effects. What investors need to consider. → Read More

The 5 Best Mutual Funds to Get Through the Coronavirus Crisis

Companies with strong balance sheets have outperformed the broader market lately. We look at five mutual funds that focus on companies that have the firepower to survive the coronavirus crisis. → Read More

Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance: Jo Ann Jenkins

Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO of AARP, is one of Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance in 2020. Read more about her career and accomplishments here. → Read More

Why the Stock Market Hasn’t Hit Bottom and Could Fall Another 35%

Charles Dumas, chief economist at TS Lombard, says earnings at companies in the S&P 500 could fall roughly 30%. → Read More

10 Things to Know About Senior Living Facilities and the Coronavirus Threat They Face

Barron’s talked with elder-care experts to find 10 things to consider for those trying to help older Americans in senior facilities get through the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance: Sonal Desai

Sonal Desai, chief investment officer for the Franklin Templeton Fixed Income Group, is one of Barron’s 100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance in 2020. Read more about her career and accomplishments here. → Read More

The Fed’s Interest-Rate Cut Highlights Worries About Credit Troubles

The Federal Reserve’s emergency move, cutting interest rates by half a percentage point, raised red flags about a possible credit crisis for small and midsize businesses. → Read More

Goldman Sachs Is Warning of No Earnings Growth This Year. Here’s How to Prepare.

Strategist David Kostin said S&P 500 companies could see no profit growth this year if the coronavirus continues to spread—and that calls for a more-defensive and domestically-oriented portfolio. → Read More

IMF’s Role as Global Economy’s ‘Family Doctor’ Is More Important Than Ever, Georgieva Says

Barron’s spoke with the International Monetary Fund’s new managing director Kristalina Georgieva about the risks facing the global economy—including the coronavirus, the IMF’s role in an increasingly fractured world, and practical ways to boost gender diversity. → Read More