Mark Graff • April 01, 2014
Exchanges around the world may differ in size, scope and clientele, says Mark Graff of Nasdaq OMX. But they share a global concern: how to deal with cyberattacks.
Tom Buerkle • March 31, 2014
Russia's move on Crimea, Alibaba's IPO and more on the latest in the financial markets.
The Editors • March 29, 2014
Credit growth is on the rise in the U.S. and Japan but remains very sluggish by historical standards.
Daniel Nadler • March 28, 2014
The analysis of weak data signals by Britain’s Inmarsat to identify the location of Malaysia Airlines flight 370 has obvious implications for financial forecasting.
Frances Denmark • March 28, 2014
As the first U.S. commercial market for policy futures, the American Civics Exchange will help investors hedge political risk.
Aaron Timms • March 28, 2014
Electronic fixed-income trading venues remain a small part of the U.S. market, partly because regulators haven’t mandated them, says Tradeweb's Lee Olesky.
Andrew Barber • March 26, 2014
Wealth management firms offer advice on the particular challenges faced by newly enriched tech entrepreneurs.
Imogen Rose-Smith • March 26, 2014
Google’s Eric Schmidt understands the threat that state spying poses to Internet providers’ growth prospects outside the U.S.
Jason Mitchell • March 25, 2014
Amid growing social protests, street blockades and violence, a death threat told me it was time to leave a country I had called home.
Daniel Nadler • March 25, 2014
Protesters in Kiev’s Independence Square produced a hashtag — #Euromaidan — almost immediately and rallied support to their cause.
Katie Gilbert • March 24, 2014
The science-based company is making the leap from chemistry to the life sciences. But the road is long and some investors have grown impatient.
David Rothnie • March 24, 2014
The London-based head of equity capital markets advisory has capitalized on companies’ desire for advice independent of the banks underwriting their public offerings.
Craig Mellow • March 24, 2014
Farming exports could offer some hope amid Ukraine’s troubles with Russia, but red tape and lack of foreign capital present obstacles. Avangardco's Oleg Bakhmatyuk believes deep foreign pockets are the answer.
March 24, 2014
Wealth development all over the world, including in such emerging markets as China, has helped boost luxury market goods growth for the past 10 years. Luca Solca of BNP Paribas believes this trend will continue.
Nick Rockel • March 23, 2014
Companies that try to boost their stock prices by inflating current earnings can expect punishment from the market, a recent long-term study reveals.
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