Rash of attacks in U.S. as UN convenes in New York; Merkel dealt a blow in Berlin election; Aussie exchange shuts down, GM may face strike.
IEA demand data weighs oil prices; U.K. inflation tamer than expected; German investor confidence ticks downward.
Italian GDP declines; Thailand weathers terror attacks; Chinese economic data disappoints.
Verizon to buy Yahoo web assets for nearly $5 billion; German business confidence rises; Jefferies’ Sean Darby on equities and yield.
Unemployment and prices fall in Germany; Audi drives Volkswagen quarterly profit; another Chinese flash crash; Jazz proposes Celator buy.
Tentative signs of progress on debt relief and reform are keeping recovery hopes alive, but the country needs to get its banks lending again.
CIO Stefan Hentschel invests in German electric grid and real estate in search of steady long-term returns.
The bank’s chief European economist cites weak external demand and resistance to structural reform as key barriers to growth.
Stock markets decline in Europe and Asia; Petrobras scandal in Brazil widens; Treasury issue rules to rein-in tax inversions; German data weak; India cuts rates.
Markets brace for BOJ, Fed meetings; Chinese data disappoints; Starwood gets new bid; populism surges in Germany; millions march in Brazilian protests; Egypt devalues.