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Activists from Carl Icahn to Elliott Management have been throwing the towel in on their campaigns. But Starboard Value has been going the other direction. They need to tread lightly, says Lauren Silva Laughlin.
Quarantines and fear of contagion in a pandemic have sharply reduced the opportunities to use cash. Meanwhile retailers are pushing digital money as they try to boost online sales. Lisa Jucca explains why payment companies will be long-term lockdown winners.
A U.S. regulator is suing Altria to unwind its 35% stake in e-cigarette startup Juul. The market has already meted out punishment. The Marlboro maker’s $12.8 bln investment is worth two-thirds less. Jennifer Saba explains why it is a notice to others looking to buy disruptors.
The coronavirus is forcing everyone to adopt different behaviours, some of which may last for some time. Rob Cox predicts how this may affect industries from travel to office property, the role of governments and the way humans interact, have fun and maybe even how they hook up.
The recent U.S. bailout set a record at $2.2 trln. But there are only two dozen senior Treasury leaders to oversee the aid. Goldman Sachs has 410 partners to manage $1.9 trln in assets. Gina Chon explains why bankers may fill the gap as they did in the 2008 financial crisis.
China’s Meituan Dianping expects a rough first quarter after Covid-19 closed restaurants. With the outlook hazy, the food delivery giant is highlighting its efforts to help alleviate the outbreak’s impact. Alec Macfarlane argues this could pay off in the long term.
Coronavirus will wreak havoc on the divide between America's rich and poor, but it’s black households that are particularly at risk. John Foley explains how the virus could exacerbate a wealth and income disparity that has barely improved in 50 years, and is often overlooked.
It's hard to assess the impact of the coronavirus on the economy, or on markets. But suppose the $6 trillion drop in the value of S&P 500 Index companies in 2020 equates to their lost sales. That could imply a nine-month top-line drought, as Richard Beales explains.
Banks including UniCredit and ING will halt payouts, following pressure from European regulators. Scrapping dividends across the euro zone could support 300 bln euros of extra lending, says Liam Proud. Those who keep paying out, like UBS, will regret it if the crisis persists.
The price of certain bond ETFs recently traded significantly lower than the value of their underlying assets – spooking jittery investors. But the newer ETFs are less the problem than the opaque bond market. Its old-fashioned structure needs a fix, says Anna Szymanski.