Brexit jitters have not shaken confidence in Eurozone; China to boost foreign investment; Kobe Bryant in new VC firm; Monsanto, Bayer deal may be on track.
Terror attacks in Brussels spark selloff in European equities, weigh on the pound; U.K. inflation remains muted while Eurozone data is mixed; Atlantic City skirts bankruptcy; Petrobas reports big losses.
GDP data from Europe disappoints; Chinese regulators hike margin requirements; Syngenta finds a new suitor.
The ECB president takes a dovish tone before the European Parliament; Rolls-Royce guides earnings-expectations lower; Eurozone industrial output weakens.
Euro zone GDP comes in weaker than forecast; Goldman Sachs Group acquires GE bank assets; banks reach settlement on currency-market manipulation charges.
People’s Bank of China data shines a light on shadow banking; oil inventory data on deck; AOL and PepsiCo report earnings.
Chinese inflation sinks to multiyear lows; oil supplies on track to reach record highs; CVS reports quarterly earnings.
Chinese government bond auction sees limited demand; Fed releases Beige Book; Royal Bank of Canada reports earnings.
Why EU leaders are finding it so difficult to contain the debt crisis and prevent the collapse of the single currency.
Germany’s economy has continued to grow, according to recent reports, while the rest of Europe remains mired in crisis.