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.
Allen T. Cheng • March 30, 2016
ADB sees regional growth dipping to 5.7 percent in 2016, but some economies stand to gain as manufacturing moves out of the mainland.
Allen T. Cheng • March 28, 2016
The country seeks to use G-20 presidency to advance its interests, but skeptics worry about the health of its economy and Beijing's commitment to reform.
Craig Mellow • March 26, 2016
In this compendium of ten historical and business figures, Jeffrey Garten outlines global development’s push-pull dynamic.
David Rothnie • March 23, 2016
Xiaoyin Zhang has worked on landmark IPOs by Chinese technology companies Alibaba Group Holding, Baidu and Tencent Holdings.
Carolyn Koo • March 22, 2016
The region’s top executives are looking past gloomy growth forecasts and toward a brighter future.
Dan Weil • March 22, 2016
With the economy stable, selected junk issues should continue to perform. But the big gains may have already occurred.
Bailey McCann • March 18, 2016
MIT finance professor Andrew Lo thinks securitized loans could make livesaving therapies more accessible, but there are potential risks.
Georgina Hurst • March 11, 2016
Banks, insurers, development finance institutions and others are creating innovative financing tools to reduce the impact of pandemics on developing nations.
Mark Henricks • March 06, 2016
Investment: A History sets a new benchmark for tracking the development of portfolio management.
The Editors • March 04, 2016
Oil, SCOTUS and the European recovery all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
John Bilton • March 01, 2016
The banking sector is a linchpin in sustaining the continued recovery of Europe’s economy.
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