Banking: SmartBrief Originals
Volatility likely to reach capital markets eventually, experts say
Volatility likely to reach capital markets eventually, experts say

Capital markets haven't shown much of a response to economic volatility, but that is likely to change, said panelists at SIFMA's 2018 Annual Meeting.

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Cobalt Namibia
Cobalt Namibia

Trump exempts Mexico and Canada from tariffs, Blockchainits, airborne and floating cows, and who will get Namibia's cobalt?

Gary Cohn
Gary Cohn

Wells Fargo burned by nuns and guns, unpatriotic execs at Jack Daniel's, the beginning of another HSBC scandal, and what now for Gary Cohn?

Hock Tan Broadcom
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

Bitcoin
Bitcoin

Bitcoinitis, Deutsche Bank playing with fire, the CFPB and 950% interest rates, WMD and the weather

Apple brings cash home
Apple brings cash home

Apple brings cash home, Bloomberg crunches central bank forecasts, WEF previews Davos, and an Ode to Ronaldinho

Neymar
Neymar

Big Pot still needs bankers, Julius Baer bets on post-Brexit Britain, Goldman Sachs woos the Saudis, and Neymar bids adeiu to Barcelona

Ryanair
Ryanair

What banks can learn from Ryanair, the value of analyst research, precious metals and what light-touch regulaiton looks like.

Big banks battle Venmo, Mike Mayo finds a home, Peer pressure from Google on rooftop solar