Don’t place all bets on a stronger dollar

Sensible use of fiscal policy could ultimately help the US currency

Money managers seek AI’s ‘deep learning’

As artificial intelligence techniques advance, the investment industry pays more attention

GAAP has never been holy writ

Adjusted numbers can provide greater clarity on stock options

Gold leads charge as inflation fears stir

Inflation trades such as gold enjoyed a stellar start to the year

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Credit cards brighten US banks’ earnings

Credit card picture better for US banks as borrowers improve

US junk bond train picks up speed

Risks build for investors as junk bond market recovers

Pot company faces tough road after US IPO

MassRoots, a social media site for marijuana, seeks Nasdaq listing

Wall St lifts stakes in bond storage fight

Banks warn that thin liquidity is the cost of regulation

IPOs hit as going public loses its allure

There are more alternative funding avenues to Wall Street — and that is a good thing

Earnings season looms over Wall Street

Profits look unlikely to rebound and could hit sentiment

Investors renew taste for energy debt

Lowly-rated bonds offer enticing potential returns — for now

The appeal of virtual annual meetings

Moving from a conference centre to the internet allows you to boast about improving shareholder access

Pension fears cloud municipal debt market

In a crunch, politicians favour voters OAPs over bondholders

Private equity share prices point to pain

Market disenchantment with buyout groups reveals deeper malaise

M&A activity weathers market turbulence

As IPO climate cools, major tech start-ups could eye dealmaking as an exit strategy

Fink’s new breed of shareholder activism

Head of BlackRock backs ‘focus on long-term value creation’

Watch credit markets for signs of stress

Prospect of downgrades and restructuring causes concern

Another bite taken out of Apple’s status

The company is no longer the world’s biggest as investors fear its overreliance on the iPhone

Investors thirsty for big beer bonds

AB InBev’s $46bn offering hits the spot

Sanders keeps big banks’ ghosts alive

Vermont firebrand’s White House run lengthens the odds on regulatory relief

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