There is a strong case ‘that January was the melt-up, or at least the culmination of it,’ says top equities strategist Michael Wilson
Berlin fintech start-up secures one of the biggest rounds of funding in Germany
Larry Fink’s firm hopes to build a ‘quant’ investing powerhouse through its San Francisco active equities arm
Too many asset owners focus on short-term performance and overlook strong governance
While a widening in a key spread does not portend doom, other indicators need watching
Urjit Patel says RBI has inadequate regulatory authority over public sector lenders
The legislation, signed Monday by Gov. Rick Scott, authorizes 60- to 90-day loans of up to $1,000. It makes Florida the first state to pass a law designed to blunt the impact of the CFPB’s payday lending rule.
The House Financial Services Committee chairman’s effort to make changes to a Dodd-Frank revision bill could either give him a defining victory or extend his losing streak.
The small number of women and black people on top bank committees makes it seem like they are there to tick a diversity quota