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Departures from the SGX have outnumbered IPOs thus far, and it remains to be seen whether new listings could catch up for the rest of the year.
The next group of employees who could lose their jobs are Wells Fargo's board of directors, the NYT reports.
Chinese government officials are offering assurances on currency convertibility, the SCMP reports.
If correct, that would mean the initial $2 trillion valuation figure is off by a little more than the combined market valuation of Amazon and Netflix.
Weak demand within the energy complex could bubble up to the crude oil market, analysts say.
You might think market risks are declining, but pay close attention to these four themes.
Nearly 80 percent of U.S. executives expect their company to actively pursue M&A over the next 12 months, according to a new survey.
In December, the Nasdaq topped 5,500 for the first time ever.
A $1.45 billion deal involving Goldman Sachs is now part of an international investigation into a Malaysian hedge fund, N.Y. Times reports.
Venezuela's seizure of a General Motors plant creates concerns that assets in other sectors of the economy could be seized by authorities.
Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and other banks with global franchises jump 2 percent in premarket trading following the French election results.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
China stocks tumbled more than 1 percent on Monday and looked set for their biggest loss of the year.
Sears, which has been shuttering stores to boost its bottom line, announced more steps to get its house in order, USA Today reports.
A Blackstone executive criticized a Citigroup analyst during the asset manager's first quarter earnings call Thursday.
Fed's Stanley Fischer discusses his views on the market and deregulation in an exclusive wide-ranging interview Friday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
This software-based process will supplement the bank's annual review process with more frequently occurring check-ins, the company said.
Fischer attributed much of the slowness both in the economy and the inflation rate to seasonal factors that will go away.
Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said that immigration has been a key driver of growth, and without it the economy simply will not grow as fast.
The moves target two key areas — "living wills" and the designation of what institutions will come under more intense federal scrutiny.
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