Katie Gilbert • December 17, 2014
Insurance companies face pressure to consider the potential impact of extreme weather on their policies and investments.
Andrew Barber • December 17, 2014
Markets focus on FOMC language in today’s release; ruble’s tumble continues; Bank of England stays course.
Andrew Barber • December 16, 2014
Repsol announces major acquisition in Canada; ruble plunges to new lows; European numbers show slight improvement.
Andrew Barber • December 15, 2014
A Greek election looms over European debt markets; Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s coalition wins at the polls.
The Editors • December 14, 2014
The U.S. is enjoying strong economic growth, but will a Fed rate hike and weak global economy cut the good times short?
Edwin Gutierrez • December 13, 2014
Two decades after the peso devaluation, the country is on a more solid footing and, under President Peña Nieto, looking ahead.
Andrew Barber • December 13, 2014
Special elections in Japan and Greece and announcements from the FOMC and Bank of England are among the coming week’s major macro headlines.
David Turner • December 12, 2014
Tactical plays on fixed income and foreign exchange are part of the strategy of Pioneer, an investment unit of Italian bank UniCredit.
Andrew Barber • December 12, 2014
The Congressional Omnibus bill includes a present for large banks; Abe surges in final days before Japanese special election.
Allen T. Cheng • December 12, 2014
The pro-democracy protests that have paralyzed Hong Kong reflect deep-seated political and economic worries that pose a continuing challenge to the city’s leaders, and to Beijing.
Aaron Timms • December 11, 2014
The new Robinhood app by 20-somethings Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev offers investors the ability to buy and sell stocks for free.
Imogen Rose-Smith • December 11, 2014
The Silicon Valley ride-sharing service led by Travis Kalanick may be worth $41 billion, but its public image has room for improvement.
Andrew Barber • December 11, 2014
Japan gears up for special election; People’s Bank of China injects liquidity; Level Global Investors convictions overturned.
Nick Rockel • December 10, 2014
Mergers and IPOs boomed in 2014, with help from several landmark transactions.
Anne Szustek • December 10, 2014
For CEO Brenton Saunders, the $66 billion friendly takeover of Allergan is just the latest in a string of health care mergers.
© 2014 Institutional Investor LLC. All material subject to strictly enforced copyright laws.
Please read our
Term and Conditions and