Shehriyar Antia • September 22, 2016
The central bank opted to hold rates steady this time around; expect a little more action by the end of the year.
Andrew Barber • September 20, 2016
New York bombing suspect apprehended; eastern EU members demand no special deal for Brits; Petrobras cuts investment goals.
The Editors • September 16, 2016
Ray Dalio and Tim Geithner at the Delivering Alpha conference, investing in the UN’s SDGs and the rise in corporate lending all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • September 16, 2016
Big banks protest regulation, litigation and negative rates; experts question Trump economic plan; consultant accused of hiding ties to imploding hedge fund; Oracle earnings soft.
Dan Weil • September 12, 2016
Skeptics of loans from asset management firms fear what will happen to the burgeoning market during the next credit crisis.
Amit Bouri • September 10, 2016
With the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals celebrating a one-year anniversary, it’s time to take stock of impact investing portfolios.
Andrew Barber • September 09, 2016
Markets flag after Draghi downplays further easing; Chinese inflation remains tame; Wells Fargo fined over fictitious accounts; China’s new railway boom.
Bailey McCann • September 06, 2016
The British bank faces a lawsuit after underwriting a convertible bond deal that left investors with worthless stock.
Tom Buerkle • August 31, 2016
Romer, who has championed urbanization as a driver of emerging-markets growth, wants to have a big impact at the development bank.
Dan Weil • August 27, 2016
The former tennis star and ex–U.S. Treasury secretary both show off-color commentary combined with world-class skill in their respective fields.
Allen T. Cheng • August 25, 2016
A China-led lender resembling the Asian Development Bank could help the country save face after the U.N. ruling on the South China Sea.
Tom Buerkle • August 24, 2016
As central bankers gather for the Fed’s Jackson Hole symposium, they’re getting tired of being the only game in town.
David Rothnie • August 19, 2016
Fluent in Russian, the firm’s co-head of investment banking and capital markets for the region made his name in the mining sector.
The Editors • August 12, 2016
Investor psychology, zombie companies and the Italian bank crisis all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Dan Weil • August 11, 2016
Easing and hiccups elsewhere, combined with healthy domestic fundamentals, point to a stronger U.S. currency, analysts say.
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.
Tom Buerkle • August 09, 2016
The CEO is cutting costs, focusing on fee-generating businesses and positioning the bank to take advantage of an upturn in growth and interest rates.
Fan He • August 08, 2016
Government and banks are keeping failing companies alive with cheap credit, exacerbating China’s problems of debt and overcapacity.
The Editors • August 05, 2016
Latin America analysts, REITs and China’s market opening all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Simon Maughan • August 04, 2016
The Bank of England’s policy moves after the Brexit vote have a greater effect on market trajectory than on the referendum itself.
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