Plans to combine the London Stock Exchange with Deutsche Boerse have run into problems with European regulators, making it "unlikely" the deal will be approved.
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Warren Buffett noted that 'talented and ambitious immigrants' have made the U.S. economy great in his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.
How's the economy doing? The answer may depend on whether you voted for President Trump. The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index on Friday showed an "unprecedented partisan divergence" on feelings about the economy.
On China, Europe and Mexico, Trump is contradicting himself and senior members of his team.
No wonder why so many CEOs meeting with President Trump leave the White House smiling these days. The CEOs of companies in the Dow have watched their stock holdings rise by $400 million since the election, according to Equilar.
The Mexican peso gained 5% in February, one of the best performing currencies in the world, despite looming threats on trade from President Trump.
America's two main private prison companies have seen their stocks surge 100% since the election as President Trump vows to crack down on crime and illegal immigration.
JCPenney to close up to 140 stores
The Royal Bank of Scotland has lost $74 billion in the nine years since it received a government bailout.