Andrew Barber • May 15, 2015
BHP Billiton spin-out to begin trading Monday; U.S. scraps UBS settlement over LIBOR fixing; PIMCO loses equity head Maisonneuve.
Andrew Barber • May 14, 2015
Calls for referendum in Greece grow louder; Brazil’s congress votes for new austerity measures; Christie’s reaches auction record.
Michael Peltz • May 14, 2015
Just a year after purchasing NYSE Euronext, the Intercontinental Exchange chief executive has grown the company into a global trading and clearing powerhouse.
Institutional Investor • May 14, 2015
The Intercontinental Exchange CEO explains why the New York Stock Exchange is such an important part of his company's revenue model.
Dan Weil • May 13, 2015
Despite the risk of rising rates, asset managers have to put money to work, and corporate yields remain relatively attractive.
Kaitlin Ugolik • May 13, 2015
By teaming up with holders of high-quality student debt, Apollo and other institutions are gaining access to the consumer credit market.
Andrew Barber • May 13, 2015
Chicago bond rating downgraded to junk status; French GDP beats forecasts; Greece officially enters recession.
Anthony Rowley • May 13, 2015
Central bank governor acknowledges oil is keeping a lid on prices but insists QE will end deflation and promote economic growth.
Craig Mellow • May 12, 2015
Investors were hoping 2015 would be the Egyptian Exchange’s year of listings, but new regulation has dampened some of the excitement.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • May 12, 2015
By combining two awful businesses, the Texas-based electronics and furniture seller has an advantage over retail giants like Wal-Mart.
Andrew Barber • May 12, 2015
Greece makes good on IMF payment; Australia targets corporate tax avoidance; potential megamerger announced in grocery sector.
Robert Stowe England • May 12, 2015
Complaint by informant played a role in Nav Sarao’s detention and U.S. request for his extradition on flash crash charges.
Patrick Thomson • May 11, 2015
Low yield on government bonds has pushed countries’ rainy-day funds toward alternative investments; foreign offices are opening to handle them.
Andrew Barber • May 11, 2015
TPG Capital to acquire Cushman & Wakefield; Aramco to go on $80 billion shopping spree; Bank of England makes no change in policy.
Andrew Barber • May 09, 2015
After a solid U.S. labor report and a Tories victory in the U.K., investor risk narratives shift to Greece and China.
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