The U.S., Not China, Is the Real Currency Manipulator
CVS Feels the Pain Before the Potential Gain
Glencore Brings the End of Thermal Coal a Step Closer
The fast money leads financial commentary. Also, Treasuries and Bitcoin.
Private Equity Could Be Surprise Guest in TV Drama
When Paying Tax Beats Paying a Dividend
The U.S. is looking at unilaterally imposing a 25% tariff on cars imported on grounds that they’re a threat to national security.
Sainsbury Should Now Walk Away From Asda Deal
BYD had all the advantages of an electric-car pioneer in the world’s largest auto market. It’s failed to consolidate them.
The inconvenient fact is that neither U.S. and nor China possesses the power to impose its will on the other.
Under his leadership, the brand became a master of both fantasy chic and selling cheap.
The Mining Industry’s Waste Problem Will Only Get Worse
If unemployment numbers aren’t really as rosy as they appear, Beijing’s stimulus policies could well misfire.
In many important ways, equity hedge funds have actually been less stable than the market since the financial crisis.
Tesla Keeps Giving Its Critics Power
His record in Britain’s former colonies more closely resembles that of a war criminal than a defender of democracy and freedom.
Creativity drove the boom, but there was no good method for measuring innovation’s impact on productivity and the economy.
Walmart’s Christmas Turned Out to Be Just Fine
Intercept Comes in First With Liver Drug, But Race Isn’t Over
Ford-backed Argo isn’t a lead player, but a tie-up makes sense. The race to dominate self-driving is more marathon than sprint.
Lagerfeld’s Death Isn't Just a Loss of an Icon
ECB Is Awake and Asleep at the Same Time
HSBC Bankers, Prepare for Lower Bonuses
The plan gives scant detail on how Hong Kong and Macau will be integrated without eroding their special status.
Santander's CoCo Bond Creates All Kinds of Trouble