Hedge Fund Can Give Olympus a Clearer Focus
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China last lowered lending rates in October 2015, only two months before the U.S. Federal Reserve began its series of rate hikes.
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Money’s Getting Tighter: China’s Ignored IPhone Alert
China Tobacco's IPO Will Be Far From Smoking Hot
The acquisition has value of the limited number of options available to meet voracious Chinese demand for offshore policies.
Asia’s sprawling family-controlled groups have continued to thrive. That’s not to say they’re free of challenges.
The sheer amount of fees should have been the first red flag: $600 million for underwriting $6.5 billion in bond sales for 1MDB.
HSBC Holdings Plc and Standard Chartered Plc won’t be providing the Huawei Technologies with any new banking services or funding.
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Hitachi’s ABB Deal Isn't Just an Escape Hatch
The Music's Stopping for Chinese IPOs Overseas
The world’s biggest IPO since 2014 has lots to delight retail investors – and a few things to provoke nerves.
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Investors may worry that the trade war will wreak havoc on Starbucks Corp.’s prospects in China.
Horlicks is losing its star status as the healthy morning and after-school drink of choice pushed by Indian parents on children.
There are all kinds of roadblocks facing foreign firms eager to secure a majority holding.
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Private Equity Must Go Big, Go Niche or Go Home