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 ...
In the July/August issue, Global Financewill publish its selections for the World’s Best Securities Services Providers Awards 2017.
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By WSJ Staff President Donald Trump on Wednesday is planning to unveil a proposal to cut corporate taxes and reduce the top tax rate on so-called pass-through businesses, including many owner-operated companies, to 15% from 39.6%, White House officials familiar ...
U.S. Solar-Panel Maker Seeks Trade Tariffs on Foreign Rivals In a last-ditch effort to survive, bankrupt U.S. solar panel maker Suniva asked the Trump administration to impose trade tariffs on all foreign-made solar cells. SunEdison Wins Court Approval for $640 ...
By Richard Rubin and Nick Timiraos President Donald Trump will propose the largest tax cut in the country's history as a way to spark sustained 3% economic growth, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Wednesday. The plan calls for 15% ...