Georgina Hurst • April 17, 2015
As China pursues global reserve status for its currency, investors keen to enter the renminbi market are turning to custody banks.
Andrew Barber • April 17, 2015
IMF says ‘no’ to extension for Greek debt payments; Nestlé reports weaker chocolate sales in China; U.K. unemployment hits 40-year low.
Tom Buerkle • April 16, 2015
Sluggish growth, U.S. rate hikes and Greek solvency top the agenda at the IMF–World Bank meetings.
Georgina Hurst • April 16, 2015
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s power play is slowing the country’s momentum towards economic reform.
Andrew Barber • April 16, 2015
OPEC predicts U.S. oil production will decline this year; Bernanke goes hedgie; New York State announces settlement with Lehman.
Allen T. Cheng • April 16, 2015
From Club Med to insurers, the CEO of China’s privately held Fosun Group has been on a foreign buying spree.
Imogen Rose-Smith • April 15, 2015
With its recently opened outpost on San Francisco’s Mission Street, Bel Air Investment Advisors is joining a burgeoning wealth management industry catering to Silicon Valley’s tech elite. It’s not LA.
Andrew Barber • April 15, 2015
China GDP in line with forecasts; Nokia deal to acquire Alcatel-Lucent officially announced; European Commission files antitrust action against Google.
Jonathan Kandell • April 15, 2015
As the Mexican billionaire grows richer despite antitrust action, he’s looking to give away more profits from his diverse corporate empire.
Anthony Rowley • April 15, 2015
Dozens of countries sign up for new infrastructure bank despite concerns over governance, deciding it’s smarter to work with Beijing.
Allen T. Cheng • April 14, 2015
The Asian Development Bank’s Shang-Jin Wei weighs in on the region’s growth prospects and the wisdom of capital controls.
Andrew Barber • April 14, 2015
U.K. inflation data suggests no near-term shift in policy; activist investor asks Qualcomm management to consider a breakup.
David Rothnie • April 14, 2015
As the British bank shifts its focus to advisory and underwriting, global head of M&A Posternack stresses the value of honest advice.
Henry H. McVey • April 13, 2015
The South American giant staggers from the Petrobras scandal, drought, inflation and a new finance minister. It’s risky but tempting.
David Turner • April 13, 2015
As European companies ramp up public borrowing, bond buyers can sacrifice returns for low default risk or opt for high-yield paper.
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