Andrew Barber • July 27, 2016
Rumors spark selloff for Chinese stocks as yen sinks on stimulus chatter; Statoil announces more cutbacks; tech buoyed by Apple earnings and chip merger.
Andrew Barber • July 22, 2016
China sends message to G20; Trump paints image of decline in Cleveland; DOJ moves to block health insurance mergers.
Daniel Nadler • July 21, 2016
Although distributed ledger technology has the potential to eliminate the need for financial intermediaries, recent events suggest that may not happen.
Savvas Savouri • July 19, 2016
A weak pound and freedom from EU regulatory strictures will stimulate the U.K. economy and leave the worst effects of the referendum to compound the euro zone’s woes.
July 18, 2016
The head of Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. remains at No. 14 on the Tech 50 ranking.
The Editors • July 08, 2016
The space sector, Brexit and Internet companies in China all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Frances Denmark • July 05, 2016
Perez, an architect of the financial sector’s new fiduciary rule, would help Clinton to connect with Latinos and other key voting blocs.
Tom Buerkle • July 04, 2016
Shareholders are expected to endorse deal even though EU referendum vote has raised major political risks to its going ahead.
Richard Lumb • June 19, 2016
Banks are battling obsolescence by collaborating, instead of competing, with tech rivals, which increasingly are acting the same way.
Tom Buerkle • June 15, 2016
Weakness and negative rates overseas and fears of recession at home are likely to stay Janet Yellen’s hand.
Katie Gilbert • June 03, 2016
German insurer Allianz and other players have developed a model that seeks to better reflect companies’ adaptation to emissions rules.
Kaitlin Ugolik • June 01, 2016
Even before the recent scandal at Lending Club, the $37 billion marketplace lending industry was preparing for new regulations.
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.
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