Bailey McCann • May 30, 2016
Rival U.K. firms Aspect Capital, Man AHL and Winton are doubling down on machine learning and other quantitative investing efforts, but don’t expect them to short human ingenuity.
Andrew Barber • May 28, 2016
Volkswagen earnings give view under the hood; an ECB rate announcement in advance of the Brexit vote; Germany hosts major music festival.
Andrew Barber • May 27, 2016
Factoring in the risks of political uncertainty; Phillips Lighting debuts; Valeant enterained buyout offer; China train builder sells equity.
The Editors • May 27, 2016
Driverless cars, behavioral finance and meditation all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Kaitlin Ugolik • May 26, 2016
The marketplace’s new, low-cost, tech-driven MIX index funds aim to simplify investing in consumer goods start-ups.
Andrew Barber • May 26, 2016
Brent breaks $50 per barrel; Qatar bond auction larger than expected; Puerto Rico bailout bill heads to House floor for vote.
Matt Mossman • May 26, 2016
The Azura-Edo Independent Power Project aims to create a financial and regulatory model to fix the chronic electricity shortage in Nigeria and across the continent.
Julie Segal • May 25, 2016
Principal Global Equities and J.P. Morgan Asset Management are trying to take the emotion out of investment decisions.
Andrew Barber • May 25, 2016
EU and IMF agree to release funds, relieve Greek debt; Monsanto rejects Bayer offer but courtship continues; SEC probes Alibaba; PBOC lowers yuan peg; Tiffany results bad news for luxury market.
Allen T. Cheng • May 25, 2016
CIO for Greater China at UBS Wealth Management, economist Hu doesn’t regard capital outflows as a threat to the country’s financial system.
David Rothnie • May 24, 2016
The French banker has overseen the Swiss firm’s participation in three of the top five deals announced in Europe this year.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • May 24, 2016
Investors need durable portfolios capable of traversing the difficult ground of a world shaped by quantitative easing and zero interest rates.
Andrew Barber • May 24, 2016
Dollar, pound rise on anticipation of rate hike and Bexit defeat; EU discusses Greece bailout; Moody’s downgrades Deutsche.
Jess Delaney • May 23, 2016
The Andreessen Horowitz partner and co-founder of start-up 21 rolls out payment software that unlocks the virtual currency for the masses.
Andrew Barber • May 23, 2016
Trump gets bump in the polls; Bayer’s Monsanto bid is official; Japanese exports contract; fertilizer deal dies on inveresion concerns.
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