The Editors • October 22, 2016
Unlike that of the U.S., Europe's financial system is still undergoing a fundamental transformation, says Cheyne Capital's Stuart Fiertz. Here's where he sees the most opportunity.
Bailey McCann • October 21, 2016
As the European banking industry struggles with negative deposit rates, banks and their clients are finding ways to profit from the crisis.
Jess Delaney • October 11, 2016
Fear reigned supreme at the annual gathering of finance ministers and global bankers last week, as policymakers grappled with growing populism around the globe.
Jen Werner • October 08, 2016
Patel, who recently succeeded Raghuram Rajan as RBI governor, will make battling inflation a priority for fast-growing India.
David Rothnie • October 07, 2016
As executive chairman of Guggenheim, the former Bear Stearns CEO has built a full-service investment bank for the firm.
Julie Segal • October 05, 2016
The bank’s fake-accounts scandal highlights the complicated relationships between bank-owned asset managers and their parents.
Julie Segal • October 04, 2016
The banks in our annual ranking of the World’s Largest Global Custodians cite new requirements of asset managers as a top business driver.
Jen Werner • October 03, 2016
Declines in sovereign yields have cost investors more than $500 billion in income over the past five years and are pushing them to wade deeper into emerging market debt.
Anne Szustek • October 01, 2016
Backed by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, Fed Up argues that keeping interest rates lower will boost job growth and wages.
Andrew Barber • October 01, 2016
China takes a week off; jobs data in the U.S. puts the spotlight back on monetary policy; Carnegie Hall kicks off fall season with The Rite of Spring.
Andrew Barber • September 30, 2016
Deutsche Bank shares skid and concerns over European banks rise; Och-Ziff settles bribery case; U.K. consumer confidence improves; USA Today takes anti-Trump stance.
Andrew Barber • September 29, 2016
OPEC leader backs oil-production caps; India strikes inside Pakistan; Pepsi earnings up; Spain struggles to form government; big layoffs at Commerzbank.
Andrew Barber • September 28, 2016
Saudis signal willingness to discuss oil options; RBS settles MBS suit; Anheuser-Busch InBev/SABMiller deal approved by shareholders.
Tom Buerkle • September 27, 2016
Investors have great expectations for Brazil, but their high hopes of the country’s new president may be overdone.
Tom Buerkle • September 26, 2016
The IMF chief aims to salvage globalization by promoting more inclusive growth and greater policy coordination. But can she make herself heard in a world of rising populist pressures?
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.
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