An upturn in manufacturing activity is sending the prices of commodities up as well, forcing multinational corporations to hedge more aggressively and strategically.
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Cash-rich corporations are once again seeking to expand through acquisitions, often looking abroad for synergies, and that’s driving the global M&A market.
Antiglobalization and rising nationalism are increasing political risks for multinational corporations, yet insurance policies don’t provide the needed coverage.
Global Finance Names The Innovators 2017 Global Finance magazine has announced The Innovators 2017 — recognizing groundbreaking organizations who are disrupting the marketplace and engendering new solutions in their sectors. Global Finance's editors will recognize Innovation in Corporate Finance, Foreign ...
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By Sam Goldfarb U.S. government bonds retraced early losses on Friday, ending the day higher as month-end demand helped offset signs of firming inflation pressures. After climbing to 2.331% in the morning, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note ...
By Corrie Driebusch and Mike Bird U.S. stocks ended the month higher, as investors largely brushed off weak economic data and instead focused on corporate earnings. The S&P; 500 is within about half a percentage point of all-time highs and ...
By Benjamin Parkin CHICAGO--Wheat futures rose Friday as concern about crop damage supported a rally in the grain. The Commodity Weather Group said 20% of the winter wheat crop in the western U.S. Plains was at risk of damage as ...