Jeffrey Kutler • June 28, 2016
Should U.S. companies go on the attack to protect their cyber interests? Current law limits how far they can go.
Andrew Barber • June 28, 2016
Merkel talks tough on Brexit, Osborne won’t run for PM; U.K. downgraded by S&P and Fitch; Line IPO back on track; Volkswagen agrees to U.S. settlement.
Katie Gilbert • June 27, 2016
UBS and eight fellow banks are working with the U.N. and the German government to measure drought exposure in their lending portfolios.
Andrew Barber • June 27, 2016
Risk assets continue to sell off; Barclays, RBS shares briefly halted after plunging; Spain’s Rajoy wins chance to form government; yuan hits lowest point since 2010.
S.L. Mintz • June 27, 2016
In a volatile market, many companies struggle to justify large share-repurchase programs, according to our latest Corporate Buyback Scorecard.
Michael Metcalfe • June 25, 2016
Now that Brexit is reality, the biggest task at hand is how Bank of England policymakers will handle any fallout.
Andrew Barber • June 25, 2016
Spain faces another election with major implications for the entire EU; Brazilian budget figures will reveal the headwinds facing the new administration; The pageantry of a medieval horse race in Italy
Andrew Barber • June 24, 2016
Global markets react to Brexit; Chinese bankers expect no further easing measures this year, Twilio rises by 90 percent in first day as a public company
The Editors • June 24, 2016
Fintech, hedge fund rising stars and a new designation for real estate stocks all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • June 23, 2016
Pound and equities strengthen as balloting begins; Twilio’s valuation a relief for unicorns; Democrats stage House protest on gun legislation.
Andrew Barber • June 22, 2016
Tesla announces bid for SolarCity; Brazil bails out Rio as Olympics near; FedEx earnings beat analyst forecasts.
Dan Weil • June 22, 2016
There’s room for growth in the asset class battered by low energy prices. The key: Look to the midstream and downstream segments.
Stephanie Flanders • June 21, 2016
Expect macroeconomic fluctuations in response to the outcome of the referendum on Thursday to have microeconomic knock-on effects.
Andrew Barber • June 21, 2016
U.K. polls tighten and Yellen testifies; AXA offers cost-cutting strategy; PBOC to allow access to offshore yuan; Two Sigma’s Saret and Manzo on Brexit sentiment.
Stephanie Flanders • June 20, 2016
Even if the U.K. votes to remain in the European Union this Thursday, economic uncertainty is likely to linger.
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