Daniel Nadler • October 30, 2014
Science fiction could soon become fact for investors, as Elon Musk’s SpaceX gets closer to achieving its goal of establishing a permanent colony on Mars.
Andrew Barber • October 31, 2014
Japan’s central bank expands asset purchasing; Russia and Ukraine agree to natural gas deal; BNP earnings beat expectations.
Michael Spinks, Paul Carr • October 31, 2014
By giving consumers an effective tax cut and suppressing inflation, the recent decline should foster growth and help keep rates low.
David Turner • October 30, 2014
Tapping into booze can offer a good play on emerging markets’ expansion and rising living standards.
Andrew Barber • October 30, 2014
The U.S. GDP data release later this morning and positive news from Europe are the major macro headlines.
David Rothnie • October 30, 2014
Seeking to change the bank’s business and culture, CEO Antony Jenkins is slashing his FICC franchise and scaling back Barclays’s global ambitions.
Kaitlin Ugolik • October 29, 2014
The world’s largest social network has a message for investors disappointed with its most recent earnings call: video ads.
David Rothnie • October 29, 2014
The region’s head of investment banking is bullish on its prospects for M&A and equity capital markets.
Andrew Barber • October 29, 2014
FOMC meeting commences, Visa reports quarterly earnings; output rises in Japan.
Patrick Artus • October 28, 2014
Monetary easing can do little to solve Europe’s economic problems, but expect more of it as long as politicians continue to duck genuine reform.
Andrew Barber • October 28, 2014
Ruble tumbles further against major currencies; Sweden cuts repo rate to zero; Facebook reporting earnings after market close.
Tom Buerkle • October 27, 2014
ECB’s banking review eases concerns about banks’ health, but an economic recovery requires action by governments, beginning with Germany’s.
Richard Titherington • October 27, 2014
Contrary to conventional wisdom, emerging markets can indeed achieve convergence with more economically developed countries.
Andrew Barber • October 27, 2014
ECB data for bank loans disappointed in the wake of stress test results. The question is whether bond purchase data will bring better news.
Nick Rockel • October 26, 2014
Rather than steal funds, cybercriminals could use rogue trades to wreak havoc in the capital markets.
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