Italy, UniCredit talks on Monte Paschi purchase collapse

FILE PHOTO: A view of the Unicredit headquarters of which many employees are working from home due to a coronavirus outbreak, in Milan, Italy March 2, 2020. REUTERS/Yara Nardi(Reuters) – Italy’s government and UniCredit have called off negotiations over the

Why Democrats’ climate goals may test their Latino appeal

BROWNSVILLE, Texas — At a recent house party near the U.S.-Mexico border, the conversation with Democratic congressional candidate Rochelle Garza flowed from schools and taxes to immigration and efforts to convert an old railway line into a hiking trail. One

Cathie Wood’s Calling

A fund manager finds her flock Cathie Wood, the hottest fund manager on Wall Street, didn’t rise to prominence in the typical way. A common path to success for money managers is to land larger and larger accounts, transitioning from

Property group Vonovia seen making fresh Deutsche Wohnen attempt

FRANKFURT (Reuters) -German real estate company Vonovia is expected to launch a fresh attempt to buy rival Deutsche Wohnen within weeks, having so far failed to secure sufficient shareholder backing, people close to the matter told Reuters.Slideshow ( 2 images

ASB blinks first, increases major mortgage rates

ASB is the first of the major banks to increase its mortgage and term deposit rates. The bank has lifted its fixed one-year rate by 0.36 per cent, up from 2.19 per cent to 2.55 per cent per annum. The

Lauren Boebert votes against medals for U.S. Capitol police

Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado voted against a bill Tuesday that will award the Congressional Gold Medal to all U.S. Capitol police and Washington, D.C., police for defending the Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot. The bill passed