Kaitlin Ugolik • September 02, 2015
Despite surging voter support, the former CEO of computer giant Hewlett-Packard faces a battle to secure the GOP presidential nomination.
Anne Szustek • September 01, 2015
The confluence of China’s own forex moves and weak commodity prices made, at least for the moment, headliners out of the dong and tenge.
Katie Gilbert • September 01, 2015
Many economies in the region have fallen on hard times, but that’s spurring creativity among business leaders on this year’s Latin America Executive Team.
Andrew Barber • September 01, 2015
Euro zone unemployment unexpectedly drops for July; oil markets rally on OPEC announcement; China takes local Man Group manager into custody.
Georgina Hurst • September 01, 2015
Kenya hopes for regional prominence with big investments in infrastructure even as corruption and terrorism threaten to slow growth.
Andrew Barber • August 31, 2015
BNY fund pricing issues unresolved; Europe reports sluggish inflation; Toshiba reporting numbers delayed because of accounting scandal.
Andrew Barber • August 29, 2015
China and Japan release industrial and manufacturing data; ECB makes policy announcement; Scotland hosts annual Highland Games.
Andrew Barber • August 28, 2015
Euro zone sentiment data better than forecast, Apple prepares to unveil new products; Chinese equities post late-day rally.
Paul Brodsky • August 27, 2015
An inconvenient truth: The natural path of prices for global goods, services and wages is down, whereas the need to service unproductive debt continues to rise.
Andrew Barber • August 27, 2015
Chinese stocks rebound on suspected government intervention; Monsanto bid for Syngenta acquisition called off.
David Turner • August 27, 2015
London-based RWC has grown by recruiting top investment talent from other firms rather than pursuing certain markets or strategies.
Allen T. Cheng • August 26, 2015
After overnight rate cut slows — but doesn’t stop — the fall, speculation builds about potential new support measures.
John Bilton • August 26, 2015
China is changing to be sure, but the devaluation of the yuan is hardly the beginning of an all-out currency war.
Katie Gilbert • August 26, 2015
The venture veteran recently launched an online platform that lets individuals invest alongside institutions.
Andrew Barber • August 26, 2015
Schlumberger announces $15 billion acquisition of Cameron International; Japanese stocks rally; Regulators reject Exelon-Pepco merger.
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