Corporate Credit: Less Than Angelic

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Companies’ credit ratings are starting to feel the strain. Watch out for more downgrades to junk in the coming months.

7 Things Investors Should Be Watching For in 2016

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After a rough January, here’s what investors can do to deal with what’s ahead.

Indian Telecoms Regulator Effectively Bans Facebook's Free Basics Service

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Indian telecommunications regulator issues rules requiring companies to charge the same price for access to any website.

DP World Warns of Challenging Times for Global Trade

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DP World has warned of difficult times ahead for global trade after growth in container volumes handled by its global network of ports slowed sharply last year despite improved activity in Europe and the United Arab Emirates.

Anglo American CEO Sees Long Commodities Winter

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Anglo American Chief Executive Mark Cutifani said this year is set to be even more difficult for mining companies and commodity markets than 2015.

Global Stocks Mostly Steady

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Global stocks were mostly steady as rising commodities prices lifted mining shares. Brent crude was up 1.5% at $34.55 a barrel, while copper futures also moved higher.

Credit Suisse CEO Asks Board to Cut His Bonus After Weak Results

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The CEO of Credit Suisse has asked his board to slash his bonus, after the Swiss bank posted quarterly results that sent its share price tumbling lower.

Bridgewater Heir Apparent in Talks to Give Up Co-CEO Role

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The presumed heir apparent to Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio is discussing giving up his job as co-chief executive of the world’s biggest hedge fund, creating uncertainty about the future leadership of the firm.

China's Forex Reserves Plunge to More-Than-Three-Year Low

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China’s foreign-exchange reserves fell to the lowest level in more than three years in January, even as the central bank escalated a battle to defend the yuan and stanch the flow of capital leaving the country.

Asciano Bidding Heats Up

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A bidding war worth more than $6 billion is intensifying between a Canadian investment firm and an Australian logistics company for port-and-rail operator Asciano.

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