U.S. stock futures rose slightly Monday, following the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500’s push to all-time highs last week.
Hedge funds that make money betting on the spread between the share prices of a merger target and its acquirer have suffered from a lack of M&A activity, but current surge, led by the Royal Dutch Shell-BG Group deal, has put wind on their sails.
The German bond market last week went into reverse. The move underlined how little protection ultra-low yields provide against a move in prices.
Money is pouring out of a popular investment tied to the oil market, a sign that a monthlong crude-price rally may be running out of gas.
The rise and fall of consumer health-care website drkoop.com was a favorite debacle of the tech bubble.
Ahead of one of the least certain elections in recent U.K. history, investors in sterling seem mostly buoyant.
Israel “Izzy” Englander’s Millennium Management and quant trader Igor Tulchinsky plan a joint venture that will allow the trader to accept outside money.
Japan’s Nikkei hitting a 15-year high isn’t a reason not to buy into the rally. But it is time for Japan investors to become more discerning.
European stocks fell after the deadlock in negotiations over unlocking further financial aid for Greece kept markets on edge.
Deutsche Bank released details of its plan to boost profitability and capital adequacy.