It's a new day for the markets following yesterday's selloff. Here are the stories that must be on your radar.
Bill Dudley, who as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York oversees big banks like JPMorgan and Citigroup, says bankers might police risk-taking by employees more aggressively if their compensation came in the form of bonds instead of stock. That way, they'd care more if their company could pay back its debts.
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Dropbox stock will trade at $35 if it's valued at the same forward revenue multiple as Adobe Systems.
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As part of Women's History Month, Alpha Rising sat down with the women ruling the C-Suite at the NYSE. They are driving a new agenda for U.S. equity markets and helping to encourage more companies to go public. Watch and listen in to how!
A new study by researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York suggests that bondholders still don't believe the government would ever let the firms collapse into bankruptcy -- after a decade of efforts by regulators to convince them otherwise. But at least one analyst who tracks big Wall Street firms' bonds says there may be an even bigger problem: Investors, pressured by the need to generate income, simply don't care whether the banks are too big to fail -- one way or the other.
Futures point toward a rocky start for Wall Street. At least it's almost Friday?
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