African Mining Conference Kicks Off With a Whimper

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The industry’s most important conference kicked off this week in Cape Town with the sector in a state of collapse.There were few deals to discuss as a colossal slump in commodity prices cast a pall over the sector’s biggest party.

MetLife Case Challenging SIFI Label Nears Hearing

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MetLife will try to persuade a federal judge Wednesday that it shouldn’t be designated a “systemically important financial institution,” in the first court hearing of a case with potential either to curtail or to solidify the law’s reach.

Toyota Runs Roughshod Over Mini Car Maker

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Toyota’s offer to buy the chunk of Daihatsu Motor it doesn’t already own leaves minority shareholders in the back seat.

Regeneron: Good Results, Great Expectations

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Regeneron’s strong growth profile isn’t enough in this new market.

Oil Prices Turn Lower

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Oil prices turned lower, with the IEA warning of high stockpiles.

Obama Proposes $4.1 Trillion Fiscal 2017 Budget

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President Barack Obama’s $4.1 trillion budget proposal is designed to find a few spots of bipartisan agreement while also laying out a broader liberal policy agenda for a potential future Democratic administration.

Deutsche Bank: No Liquidity Crisis but Capital Fears Are Right

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It will not take much to knock the German bank’s plan off course, which could stop payouts to equity and junior debt investors.

Rush to the Renzit: Why Investors Fled Italian Stocks

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Italy began this year as many fund managers’ top pick, but as global markets plummeted through January, it moved to top a very different list: the world’s worst performing developed market.

Japan Markets Shaken as Investors Seek Shelter

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Japanese stocks tumbled and the benchmark government bond yield fell into negative territory for the first time, as a global flight to safety threatened to unravel the delicate market balance that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Bank of Japan have tried to build.

WeWork Shoots the Works With Expansion Plans

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WeWork is embarking on a growth spurt, with the help of nearly $1 billion in investment, as it rapidly expands around the world—and beyond mere office space.

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