Andrew Barber • June 18, 2016
U.K. heads to polls for Brexit vote; World Bank hosts annual development economics symposium, Gay Pride festivals take poignant turn.
The Editors • June 17, 2016
Behavioral finance, HP’s pension plan and negative rates in Europe all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • June 17, 2016
Revlon to acquire Elizabeth Arden; Oracle stock boosted by the cloud; CDB Leasing to raise $1 billion in initial public offering.
Frank Caruso, Chris Kotowicz • June 17, 2016
Investors who can identify corporations ushering in a more efficient society will reap the returns — and keep faith with growth.
Andrew Barber • June 16, 2016
Bank of Japan, Fed hold tight as Indonesia’s central bank cuts again; gold surges on Brexit fears.
Gretchen Tai • June 16, 2016
Former Hewlett-Packard CIO Gretchen Tai addresses the need to fix the endowment model and explains how investors should embrace a more dynamic and flexible approach to asset allocation.
Andrew Barber • June 15, 2016
U.S. crude inventories rise and Nigerian rebels begin peace talks; U.K. unemployment drops; MSCI cites transparency issues in blocking China equities.
Tom Buerkle • June 15, 2016
Weakness and negative rates overseas and fears of recession at home are likely to stay Janet Yellen’s hand.
Andrew Barber • June 14, 2016
U.S. Supreme Court’s Puerto Rico decision bolsters bondholder case; Abu Dhabi wealth fund charges Malaysian fund.
Andrew Barber • June 13, 2016
Economic data overshadowed by IMF warning; Microsoft to buy LinkedIn; Symantec to acquire Blue Coat; Blackstone raises long-term fund; MKM’s Strugger on volatility prospects.
Andrew Barber • June 11, 2016
Market stays tuned to FOMC announcement; Disney’s Finding Dory swims into theaters; Stonehenge welcomes the dawn of summer.
Hedi Ben Mlouka • June 10, 2016
Efforts by frontier-markets governments to sell off state-owned enterprises mean opportunity for market-beating returns for foreign investors.
Andrew Barber • June 10, 2016
Sovereign debt yields fall as investors seek a safe haven; Moody’s downgrades Illinois; Puerto Rico debt-relief bill heads to Senate.
The Editors • June 10, 2016
Women in hedge funds, curing cancer and so-called new economies all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Malcolm Charles, Nazmeera Moola • June 10, 2016
To lessen the risk of a ratings downgrade in December, Pretoria needs to reduce its deficit and strengthen its institutions.
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