Alicia McElhaney • May 02, 2017
A new report shows that the popularity of share buybacks is falling, with fund managers now favoring stocks that are growing dividends.
Joe McGrath • May 02, 2017
Directors of British asset managers are protecting themselves against new regulation that puts the onus on individuals for corporate failings.
Julie Segal • May 02, 2017
A group of finance executives say automation is already under way at investment banks, but in some areas — like investing — a human touch will still be needed.
Christopher Schelling • April 27, 2017
“If you can’t spot the sucker in your first half hour at the table, then you ARE the sucker.” – Mike McDermott, Matt Damon’s character in the movie “Rounders.”
Jeffrey Kutler • April 27, 2017
Billions are at stake in the rush to win the distributed-ledger wars.
Joe McGrath • April 26, 2017
Frankfurt, expected to see jobs transferred from London, isn’t benefiting just yet, recruiters say.
Julie Segal • April 26, 2017
The SEC’s reforms to money markets pushed cash to government funds. Now treasurers are concerned about concentration in those securities.
Dan Weil • April 26, 2017
China unloaded a record $188 billion of U.S. Treasuries last year. By Dan Weil
Leanna Orr • April 26, 2017
Tadawul sped up its transaction cycle and introduced new trade options in a bid at international capital.
Joe McGrath • April 25, 2017
Investors in Credit Suisse will have their say on revised remuneration proposals at the bank’s annual meeting on Friday, but U.K. fund managers say it’s just the beginning.
Allen T. Cheng • April 24, 2017
Asian Development Bank president Takehiko Nakao’s goal is to make ADB a “force of stability” and Asia’s primary development partner. Can he succeed?
Joe McGrath • April 20, 2017
Four candidates, including far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, are in contention for the first round of the French presidential election, triggering a rush of insurance bets at investment firms.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • April 18, 2017
How to stay prudent when the market is partying like it’s (precrash) 1999.
Michael Kimelman • April 17, 2017
Michael Kimelman was convicted of insider trading, inextricably tied to the infamous Raj Rajaratnam. He went to jail. Now he tells his story.
Joe McGrath • April 12, 2017
The Chicago-based company said it will shutter CME Europe and CME Clearing Europe by the end of the year.
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