Laura Board is The Deal’s international editor. Based in London, she leads a team producing news and features on corporate finance and regulation from Brussels to Brisbane. Board joined the The Deal shortly after its 1999 launch from the Financial Times. Before that, she worked at Bloomberg News in Frankfurt and London and at Retail Week. She speaks French, Italian, German and Spanish.
The euro slips further against the dollar on the suggestion of a prolonged era of ultra-low, and negative, rates.
Real estate developers slip in Hong Kong following property price data, though Vanke rises after Evergrande stake building.
The Japanese central bank gets no takers for the inaugural step in its new yield curve control program.
Export weakness crimps expansion in the bloc's largest economy.
Regency will offer shares worth $4.56 billion in the Gazit-Globe affiliate.
Banks and insurers gain ground, while falling mining stocks weigh on the Australian benchmark.
U.S. futures rise, while gold miners give up last week's gains.
Deutsche Bank CEO Cryan will take center stage at a Frankfurt conference.
The Sydney benchmark rises 3.8% on the week as National Australia Bank leads the sector higher.
The health care unit is Siemens' largest by revenue and could benefit from the change of U.S. government.
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