The European Union’s antitrust agency signaled it would conduct a strict review of Bayer pending $62 billion purchase of Monsanto and similar mergers by rivals.
West China Cement lost nearly half its value in an hour, a troubling signal about China’s commitment to clamp down on industrial overcapacity.
Car makers in Britain are sticking to their business plans despite the country’s referendum last week to exit the EU though they pleaded for the U.K. to keep its access to the European single market.
Sony warned of a further decline in image-sensor sales as demand wanes from high-end smartphone makers including Apple, but the company said it would hit its profit target thanks to growth in videogames.
Volkswagen has agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle legal emissions-cheating claims with regulators and owners of nearly 500,000 diesel-powered vehicles.
The collapse in the U.K. housing market implied by the plunge in home builder stocks is probably overdone.
The Chinese car insurer may have succeeded in controlling Autohome. But fixing this shambles of a situation will require another level of commitment.
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s call for better coordination on policy moves underscores the conundrum he and his associates face in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the EU.
One of the music industry’s top insurers is extending its standard coverage to include a growing risk of performing live: terrorist attacks.
Post-Brexit, the U.K. has lost its triple-A rating from Standard & Poor’s. That matters more politically than financially.