Bridges, ports, roads and dams: Infrastructure investment is having a moment in the sun. But will it rise to the high hopes so many have that it can rebuild crumbling economies around the world?
Global Finance Magazine
The golden age of cheap corporate funding is coming to an end. Or is it? After Donald Trump’s surprise election as US president, markets reached a quick consensus that a new economic day was dawning. But interest rate hikes may not come as fast--or do as much damage--as some expect.
Expectations for lower corporate taxes and an easing of regulatory pressure on the finance industry under President Donald Trump bode well for midsize regional banks and their commercial clients across the US. Will those expectations be met or dashed?
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By Christopher Alessi COLOGNE, Germany--German industrial major Thyssenkrupp AG (TKA.XE) said early Wednesday it had agreed sell its Brazilian steel plant to Ternium SA (TX) in a deal valued at EUR1.5 billion. The transaction, set to close by the end ...
By Saurabh Chaturvedi Malaysia's international reserves totaled $95.0 billion as of Feb. 15, the central bank said Wednesday. The international reserves are unchanged from the level of Jan. 31. The reserves are sufficient to finance 8.4 months of retained imports, ...
By Hiroyuki Kachi The dollar was lower against the yen and other rival currencies in rangebound Asia trade Wednesday, with its upside capped by a bout of profit-taking. The U.S. currency was changing hands at Y113.44 around 0450 GMT after ...