Greece unlikely to find allies in EM

Sympathy is in short supply from those poorer than the Greeks

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New low-volatility net asset value structure could curtail source of short-term finance

Deutsche Bank: Cryan’s clean-up job

Investors say the incoming chief executive will need to instigate a management clear-out to restore trust

Protect asset managers from doom-mongers

Regulators should calibrate their response to risk, not inflict pain on mutual funds, writes Huw van Steenis

Greek crisis presents buying opportunity

Fund managers remain positive on European equities

China at pains to calm stock market

Rules drafted to let state pension funds invest in equities

Funds appeal over Fannie and Freddie

Perry and Fairholme complain of ‘effective nationalisation’

Deutsche Börse in $697m Stoxx stake talks

German exchange in discussions with SIX over index compiler

How to short Silicon Valley’s ‘unicorns’

Hedging these highly-valued but illiquid stocks is difficult

Cracks appear in ‘cash shell’ strategy

Special-purpose acquisition companies struggle

Three of the biggest tech companies to remain private: Airbnb, Palantir and Uber
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As tech groups shy away from IPOs, the wealth created goes only to those with the right access

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