Jen Werner • July 28, 2016
From the largest to the smallest political contributors, hedge fund managers are split pretty evenly along party lines.
Shamaila Khan, Paul DeNoon • July 28, 2016
As the country gears up to host the Olympics, there are signs that it is on track to break its recent streak of losing headlines.
Andrew Barber • July 28, 2016
Shell earnings plummet; Moody’s warns of Atlantic City default; euro-zone sentiment rises; Obama boosts Clinton.
Jim McDonald, Daniel Phillips • July 27, 2016
What’s coming after trepidations over China and Brexit: concerns over populist politics.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • July 27, 2016
Investors worried that SoftBank is overpaying for ARM Holdings should remember the CEO’s success at identifying industries about to take off.
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.
Jess Delaney • July 27, 2016
The country’s largest money manager is playing nation-builder while fending off concerns of political interference.
Craig Mellow • July 26, 2016
Given the lower costs of setup and easier extraction, shale is looking to be a relatively bright spot in oil.
Andrew Barber • July 26, 2016
BP earnings slide, KKR beats consensus, Apple is on deck; Sanders endorses Clinton; Anheuser-Busch raises SABMiller bid; Fed appears ready to move against Goldman.
Kaitlin Ugolik • July 25, 2016
3-D printing stocks have had a rough few years, but analysts caution against giving up on the sector just yet.
Dan Weil • July 25, 2016
In the two years since Symphony’s launch, users haven’t found enough in the start-up messaging service to pull them away from Bloomberg.
Andrew Barber • July 25, 2016
Verizon to buy Yahoo web assets for nearly $5 billion; German business confidence rises; Jefferies’ Sean Darby on equities and yield.
Bailey McCann • July 25, 2016
Jeremy Grantham and Ben Inker have a long track record of successfully calling market bubbles, but their investment strategy can take a long time to play out.
Sammy Suzuki • July 23, 2016
In some instances, a preferable emerging-markets play might be to invest in nondomestic companies that serve the economy in question.
Andrew Barber • July 23, 2016
German business sentiment tested post-Brexit; Bank of Japan to announce monetary policy; Chicago hosts Lollapalooza.
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