Andrew Barber • July 02, 2016
Markets await clues on post-Brexit Australia and euro zone monetary policy; China releases June foreign-exchange levels.
Anne Szustek • July 01, 2016
Registered investment advisers are the latest converts to the asset class, which aims to profit by betting against natural disasters.
Andrew Barber • July 01, 2016
Infighting rages over Conservative Party leadership; Puerto Rico announces a moratorium on debt repayments; prices fall in Japan; Apple talks to Tidal; and more.
The Editors • July 01, 2016
Brexit, stock buybacks and the fate of free speech in Hong Kong all featured in II’s best stories of the week.
Dermot Harriss • July 01, 2016
Implementation of the Market Abuse Regulation might appear a financially burdensome headache, but it actually might mean more streamlined data processing.
Dan Weil • June 30, 2016
Companies have used a bond boom to finance dividends and share buybacks, leaving themselves — and bondholders — more vulnerable in a downturn.
Jen Werner • June 30, 2016
Peru’s new president faces a Congress controlled by the party of his rival, Keiko Fujimori; infrastructure is one area where they may agree.
Frances Denmark • June 30, 2016
United Technologies, International Paper and IBM have launched educational campaigns aimed at keeping departing staff in the company plan.
Andrew Barber • June 30, 2016
Johnson bows out of PM race; Clinton leads Trump in U.S. polls; China Development Bank IPO prices near bottom of range; Puerto Rico bill passes; 31 of 33 banks pass stress tests.
Allen T. Cheng • June 29, 2016
By attacking freedom of information, detentions by mainland China authorities undermine a principle central to the city’s economy and markets.
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