Andrew Barber • May 22, 2015
ECB president warns that European growth remains fragile; German leaders throw cold water on Greek claims of a debt deal; Asian equities reach multi-year highs
Tom Buerkle • May 21, 2015
The ex–Fed chairman wants to merge the SEC and CFTC, create a new super-supervisor at arm’s length from the central bank and shield financial stability panel from political interference.
Andrew Barber • May 21, 2015
Hewlett-Packard to withdraw from data services in China; Merkel opposes fast track for EU membership for former Soviet republics.
Aaron Timms • May 20, 2015
Many on Wall Street will be relieved to see the controversial head of New York’s Department of Financial Services go, though his departure has puzzled some in the digital currency community.
Jeffrey Kutler • May 20, 2015
The recent Amtrak accident is a tragic reminder of the enormous risks that the U.S.’s neglected transportation infrastructure poses.
Kaitlin Ugolik • May 20, 2015
The former white-collar defense lawyer may take a moderate approach to prosecuting financial crimes, observers say.
Andrew Barber • May 20, 2015
Japanese GDP registers much higher than expected, U.S. regulators slap UBS with new fines; Yahoo proceeds with divesting Alibaba.
Andrew Barber • May 19, 2015
ECB plans to front load asset purchases; inflation falls below zero in the U.K.; U.S. Supreme Court rules on 401(k)s
Andrew Barber • May 18, 2015
India’s Prime Minister wraps up Asian tour with the announcement of massive deals; housing markets find their legs in China; IPO of BHP Billiton spin-off sputters.
Andrew Barber • May 16, 2015
Forecasts for growth in the U.S. decline; earnings season winds down; Japan and Russia announce first-quarter GDP.
Eric Johnson • May 15, 2015
As brokers raise billions to extend more credit to stock buyers, some analysts wonder if China is heading for a repeat of the 2007 correction.
Katie Gilbert • May 15, 2015
The Canadian province is following California and Quebec, which launched regional carbon markets while the feds dragged their feet.
Andrew Barber • May 15, 2015
BHP Billiton spin-out to begin trading Monday; U.S. scraps UBS settlement over LIBOR fixing; PIMCO loses equity head Maisonneuve.
Andrew Barber • May 14, 2015
Calls for referendum in Greece grow louder; Brazil’s congress votes for new austerity measures; Christie’s reaches auction record.
Michael Peltz • May 14, 2015
Just a year after purchasing NYSE Euronext, the Intercontinental Exchange chief executive has grown the company into a global trading and clearing powerhouse.
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