British cocktail-mixer trailblazer Fevertree is facing headwinds on both sides of the Atlantic. Its plunging shares could attract a bigger beverage company.
A 336-page ECB staff document offers much-needed guidance on the best way forward, not least the tacit suggestion of a 2% inflation target.
The troubled Italian bank had no problem getting away a subordinated debt issue. The promise of yet more state aid will have helped.
Data from the Balkans give a pretty good proxy for the way this precious metal and its sister platinum are being used.
Hungary, Poland and others are offering subsidies to raise birth rates, but their efforts have been futile.
To reduce coal use in Asia, the fund manager should use its power as a sovereign debt investor.