Tax Report: Shareholders in U.S. companies involved in inversion deals are likely to owe capital-gains tax.
U.S. stocks pulled back as global credit-market woes put investors on the defensive, despite a jobs report that investors said was bullish for equities.
As banks angled to participate in the IPO of China's Tianhe Chemicals, three of them—UBS, Investec and J.P. Morgan Chase—hired the daughter of the CEO.
The five-year rally in stocks has bolstered workers' nest eggs. But consider these six issues first.
The ISDA ruled Friday that sellers of credit default swaps tied to Argentine sovereign debt must pay buyers, judging the nation's failure to pay bondholders Wednesday a "credit event."
To prepare for the next global financial crisis, nearly a dozen financial-sector overseers from across the world decamped to Yale University for the first-ever regulatory summer camp.
Investors retreated from risky corporate debt, sending prices tumbling and deepening fears of an end to a long rally in junk bonds.
Many of the Wall Street money managers who made billions by anticipating the U.S. housing bubble see more trouble on the horizon.
A panel of top financial regulators agreed to revamp their review of asset-management firms to focus on potentially risky products and activities rather than individual firms.