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 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
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.
Andrew Barber • June 20, 2016
Stocks, sterling surge on strength in Remain camp; China new home prices rise; India central banker Rajan to step down.
Richard Lumb • June 19, 2016
Banks are battling obsolescence by collaborating, instead of competing, with tech rivals, which increasingly are acting the same way.
Andrew Barber • June 18, 2016
U.K. heads to polls for Brexit vote; World Bank hosts annual development economics symposium, Gay Pride festivals take poignant turn.
The Editors • June 17, 2016
Behavioral finance, HP’s pension plan and negative rates in Europe all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Andrew Barber • June 17, 2016
Revlon to acquire Elizabeth Arden; Oracle stock boosted by the cloud; CDB Leasing to raise $1 billion in initial public offering.
Frank Caruso, Chris Kotowicz • June 17, 2016
Investors who can identify corporations ushering in a more efficient society will reap the returns — and keep faith with growth.
Andrew Barber • June 16, 2016
Bank of Japan, Fed hold tight as Indonesia’s central bank cuts again; gold surges on Brexit fears.
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