The IMF expects the global economy to contract about 3% this year, which would be the deepest one-year decline since the 1930s.
In addition to tapping the bond market and holding proceeds in cash, companies took other actions, including suspending dividends and ending share-repurchase programs, to conserve cash to get through the crisis.
Worldline and Ingenico are coming together.
Kuwait's stock exchange is going public.
Saudi Arabia's new energy minister faces his first crisis.
Aramco's IPO is central to Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 reform plan.
Chinese companies under fire from regulators over questionable bookkeeping.
The era of a tax-free internet commerce may be coming to an end.
G20 tries to find common ground amid trade and tariff wars.
Uber's IPO did not go as planned.
Aramco hits up the bond market as excitement around potential IPO fades.
Europe's dormant IPO markets see some action.
Big oil is getting bigger.