Allen T. Cheng • May 25, 2016
CIO for Greater China at UBS Wealth Management, economist Hu doesn’t regard capital outflows as a threat to the country’s financial system.
David Rothnie • May 24, 2016
The French banker has overseen the Swiss firm’s participation in three of the top five deals announced in Europe this year.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • May 24, 2016
Investors need durable portfolios capable of traversing the difficult ground of a world shaped by quantitative easing and zero interest rates.
The Editors • May 22, 2016
Highlights from our online series of columns by leading investment managers.
Jen Werner • May 18, 2016
Tentative signs of progress on debt relief and reform are keeping recovery hopes alive, but the country needs to get its banks lending again.
Andrew Barber • May 18, 2016
Yield curve flattens on investor expectations; Japanese growth beats forecasts; LendingClub woes continue; widening fallout from Japanese car-testing scandal.
Tom Buerkle • May 17, 2016
The former Brazilian Finance minister is looking at capital markets borrowing and the creation of a reference index for infrastructure debt.
Andrew Barber • May 11, 2016
European stocks reverse course; Brazil’s impeachment drama comes to a head; Disney down; Staples and Office Depot call off merger; Spain issues 50-year bonds.
Daniel Nadler • May 08, 2016
Finance is not a detriment to U.S. society but the backbone of the country’s innovation. Technology can help harness the power of knowledge workers.
Ashby Monk • May 06, 2016
We’re back! It’s been a crazy few weeks down on the Ave of Giants, but I’m finally digging out.
Dan Weil • May 04, 2016
After a rough beginning to 2016, the top banks face improving conditions: calmer markets, Fed rate hikes and moderate growth.
Andrew Barber • April 29, 2016
European growth surprises while inflation remains elusive; UPS faces pension charge; China raises currency band; Atlantic City teeters.
Tom Buerkle • April 28, 2016
President Jin Liqun targets co-financings with World Bank and other multilateral agencies in bid to ramp up new bank’s infrastructure lending.
Charles Wallace • April 27, 2016
The bank fund is designed to help banks bolster capital and offload bad loans, but its size pales in comparison with the underlying problem.
Dan Weil • April 21, 2016
Tracking down hedge fund Treasury holdings is difficult. What’s clear is that they’re shadowing, not shaping, the market.
Jen Werner • April 15, 2016
With an impressive career that spans banking and politics, the wife of the U.S. presidential hopeful is a fundraising force in his campaign.
Craig Mellow • April 15, 2016
At spring meetings Christine Lagarde calls for fiscal and monetary stimulus to boost growth; Jim Kim stresses World Bank role in alleviating the refugee crisis.
The Editors • April 15, 2016
Start-up stock options, San Francisco economics and weather’s impact on the economy all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Ashby Monk • April 10, 2016
Despite recent concerns, peer-to-peer lending platforms are likely to make major inroads in credit markets if they can maintain harmony between the finance and technology industries.
Dan Weil • April 05, 2016
Auto lending is a much smaller market than mortgages, but it mirrors many of their problems, particularly in subprime. Beware a recession.
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