Andrew Barber • August 21, 2014
PMI data disappoints in China, France, Germany; U.S. jobless claims numbers released today; Sears reports another negative quarter.
Charles Wallace • August 21, 2014
Strategists disagree about whether the U.K. currency will keep appreciating on the back of an improving economy.
Jonathan Kandell • August 21, 2014
Having scored big gains in Ireland, Wilbur Ross, Capital and Fairfax see Greece’s banks as the next big play on the euro zone periphery.
Dan Weil • August 20, 2014
The present lack of volume and volatility has meant dull times for currency traders. But diverging central bank policy could pep things up.
Daniel Nadler • August 20, 2014
The social media giant’s new ad format deposits users directly into the sales funnels of mobile-first companies.
Andrew Barber • August 20, 2014
Bank of Australia Governor Glenn Stevens makes remarks; oil sees slight rebound.
Rick Rieder • August 20, 2014
Discourse at last month’s FOMC meeting revealed internal dissent — and perhaps a shift in Fed policy. This week’s Jackson Hole symposium may provide further signals.
Katie Gilbert • August 19, 2014
Although big U.S. churches have started preaching fossil fuel divestment, so far they’ve proven reluctant to follow through.
Rob Boardman • August 19, 2014
The Financial Conduct Authority’s July review of commissions transparency represents progress. But the future of unbundling remains hazy.
Andrew Barber • August 19, 2014
Bank of China expansion slows down while U.S. consumer inflation expected to edge up.
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