Jen Werner • October 03, 2016
Declines in sovereign yields have cost investors more than $500 billion in income over the past five years and are pushing them to wade deeper into emerging market debt.
Andrew Barber • October 03, 2016
Theresa May announces target to begin two-year departure process; Deutsche Bank shares rise on rumors of reduced settlement; Henderson to buy Janus; Illinois freezes out Wells.
Anne Szustek • October 01, 2016
Backed by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, Fed Up argues that keeping interest rates lower will boost job growth and wages.
Andrew Barber • October 01, 2016
China takes a week off; jobs data in the U.S. puts the spotlight back on monetary policy; Carnegie Hall kicks off fall season with The Rite of Spring.
Andrew Barber • September 29, 2016
OPEC leader backs oil-production caps; India strikes inside Pakistan; Pepsi earnings up; Spain struggles to form government; big layoffs at Commerzbank.
Andrew Barber • September 28, 2016
Saudis signal willingness to discuss oil options; RBS settles MBS suit; Anheuser-Busch InBev/SABMiller deal approved by shareholders.
Craig Mellow • September 28, 2016
Weak growth and divisive politics post threats to global trading system, but the former WTO head insists the true picture is brighter.
Jess Delaney • September 28, 2016
The Vision 2030 plan aims to use profits from privatization of Saudi Aramco to build a diversified, private-sector-driven economy.
Imogen Rose-Smith • September 27, 2016
With a negative 35 percent return so far this year, the U.K. hedge fund manager finds himself at the bottom of the table and shedding assets.
Andrew Barber • September 27, 2016
Consensus gives Clinton the edge over Trump; hedge funder Richard Perry to shutter fund; Caesars cuts deal with creditors; WTO lowers trade projections.
Imogen Rose-Smith • September 26, 2016
The country’s new president, a former history professor, enters a political scene rocked by the Panama Papers and a surging Pirate Party.
Tom Buerkle • September 26, 2016
The IMF chief aims to salvage globalization by promoting more inclusive growth and greater policy coordination. But can she make herself heard in a world of rising populist pressures?
Andrew Barber • September 24, 2016
U.S. holds first presidential debate between major-party candidates; post–Brexit sentiment data for EU expected to remain positive; BlackBerry announces results.
Erik Weisman • September 23, 2016
Policymakers must address the adverse consequences of open trade if they want to stem populist pressures.
The Editors • September 23, 2016
Trading insurance liabilities, a blockchain hedge fund and central bank bubble all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
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