The 25 most profound “Shower Thoughts” on Reddit this week.
“Swap phone for fidget spinner.”
A shop inside Paris’ Ritz Hotel was robbed of millions of euros worth of jewels by thieves reportedly armed with axes.
This change takes effect prior to the market open on Thursday, March 1, 2018.
Today’s program includes an interview with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Senator Bob Casey of PA.
President Donald Trump is about to come face-to-face with his next quarterly brush with Armageddon. Should he, or shouldn’t he, scrap the Iran nuclear accord?
“Draw me like one of your French marsupials.” — this kangaroo, probably.
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Smells like senior citizen spirit.
Even though the banking sector remains off-limits, foreign investment in other state-owned enterprises will support infrastructure development.
Sub-Sahara bounces back in ECR in step with LatAm, while debt, political instability and global protectionism constrain rises elsewhere.
Coca Cola’s Chile-based bottling business wrapped up meetings with local investors on Friday as it planned to replace international debt with domestic bonds.
Italy’s announcement that it plans to overshoot the European Commission’s budget deficit limit has spooked markets at a crucial time for the country’s banks.
How lucky can you get?
Rabobank has made an internal appointment to replace its head of FIG and SSA debt capital markets.
Mongolia’s Khan Bank has signed a $120m term loan, the largest in its history.
Croatia’s Uljanik Plovidba has hammered out a loan refinancing that includes “significant” debt relief, throwing a lifeline to the cash-strapped ship builder.
S&P Dow Jones Indices (“S&P DJI”) announces the following methodology change to the S&P Asia 50.
These schools have a combination of the lowest acceptance rates and the highest SAT and ACT scores. See which school tops the list for 2019.
Hare is risen!
The Federal Housing Finance Authority (FHFA), which regulates and oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, has seen better summers.
Across the credit spectrum, US corporate borrowers took a breather in July that was exceptionally quiet even compared with typical summer volumes.