SmartBrief Originals
News and original analysis on the finance and accounting sectors.
Hock Tan Broadcom

Banks go for brick-and-mortar, Goldman Sachs reboots commodities, Broadcom continues chess game with Qualcomm - US government; and Nemanja Magic saves Man United

Wilbur Ross

Wilbur laughs last, Wells Fargo trims the fat, LCH powers LSE, the beauty of a powerless president, and fun with headlines

Trump

Trump's tariff move sinks markets, Tim Sloan is feeling feisty, the bad kind of foreign investment, #MeToo on Wall Street, and The Mooch targets the General

Trevor Noah

BIS and IMF team up on regualtory collaboration, Good rules in jeopardy, Budget bill supports fight against climate change, Truce between Google and Uber, a book recommedation that will surprise you.

Beach

The IRS’s focus on offshore tax evasion calls for renewed dilligence from expats

Cboe trading pit

Dow drops 1032.89 points, insider trading and the revolving door, Twitter turns a profit, Manchester United doesn't, and legends retire from CME Group

Nasdaq

How too-big-tomanage is actually too-big-to-accept, Nasdaq moves HQ to Times Square, volatility stings Cboe, and Marcus seeks Clarity

Tsunami

Big picture reasoning behind the market mayhem, the tsunami that never was, TPaw steps down at FSR, and awkward conference topics in Cape Town

Market reaction

Does the Dow drop matter to Main Street?, Eurex gets a jump on Brexit, and what the Wells Fargo penalties don't mean

Trump Schwarzman

Everything is awesome ... even for Deutsche Bank bankers!

Jeff Immelt

The 'astonishing mess' at GE, problems for PayPal, good times for craft brewers, and is the Saudi Aramco IPO a myth?

Boeing

Boeing powered a market rebound and highlighted economic disconnect in US, GE on the brink, quants back the Pats, and Spurs score fast

Navinder Sarao

Sarao strikes back, the downside of short-selling bans, monetary policy and commodity prices, and #MeToo comes for finance

Starbucks

A corporate default that is rattling the CDS market, US regulators ding European banks again, Apple bites the market, and 'animal spirits' abound