We’ve waved goodbye to the third quarter of 2020, and there’s just one more to go to close out the year. And by most investor assessments, despite still-turbulent times, things have gone pretty swimmingly.
You won’t be surprised to hear more big banks have been caught with their hands in the register. Now, put the gun down and get me a pack of Tropical Fruit Bubblicious while we put it into context for you. And some Skittles.
Mergers and acquisitions have spiked in recent weeks as companies look to take advantage of these unprecedented times.
Financial markets are truly global – a fact illustrated again recently by investors’ responses to geopolitical tensions and their effects on the world’s largest economies and companies.
After decades of close economic cooperation, the world’s two biggest economies – America and China – have slowly been pulling away from each other, which most economists agree will eventually leave both nations worse off.