Andrew Barber • August 16, 2016
Aetna drops most of its Obamacare coverage; BHP posts record loss; VW nears settlement with DOJ; Gawker auction struggles.
Kenneth Akintewe • August 15, 2016
The country’s democracy can slow reform, yet Modi’s steady approach has prevailed on a goods and services tax. Investors should be no less patient.
Katie Gilbert • August 15, 2016
As stock exchanges embrace green bonds, there’s debate over how sharply regulators and other players should define these offerings.
Andrew Barber • August 15, 2016
Japanese Q2 GDP weaker than forecast; Chinese stocks up sharply on news of new exchange link.
Kaitlin Ugolik • August 14, 2016
Virtual reality is making its Olympic debut during this summer’s Games, but for investors the technology may still be a few years away from prime time.
Andrew Barber • August 13, 2016
Japan to announce GDP; Chinese housing prices expected to cool off; oil markets focus on U.S. rig count after consecutive weeks of expansion.
The Editors • August 12, 2016
Investor psychology, zombie companies and the Italian bank crisis all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Allen T. Cheng • August 12, 2016
Criticized for selling Chinese assets, the Hong Kong tycoon has poured some $1 billion into Shantou University, which he founded in 1981.
Andrew Barber • August 12, 2016
Italian GDP declines; Thailand weathers terror attacks; Chinese economic data disappoints.
Miles Irish • August 11, 2016
As companies and governments boost spending to guard against online crime, KCYBER can help investors to profit from this trend.
Imogen Rose-Smith • August 11, 2016
Impact investing has largely been driven by wealthy individuals and foundations. It’s time for institutions to step up.
Dan Weil • August 11, 2016
Easing and hiccups elsewhere, combined with healthy domestic fundamentals, point to a stronger U.S. currency, analysts say.
Andrew Barber • August 11, 2016
IEA predicts that oil glut will wane; Alibaba beats estimates while reporting greater diversification of business units.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • August 10, 2016
Low rates are a signal that all is not well with the global economy, making it likely the rally in stocks will end in tears.
Andrew Barber • August 10, 2016
Brazil’s Senate votes to press ahead with Rousseff impeachment trial; PBOC pledges to push international usage of the yuan.
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