- Shale Produces Oil, Why Not Cash?Producers of oil and natural gas from places like the Permian Basin have been burning more cash than they produce for the history of the business and an expected turnaround this year is starting to look less impressive.
- Time the Music Stopped for Evergrande's Debt DanceThe world’s most-indebted property developer, China Evergrande, is testing investors’ patience with another huge bond issue.
- Why Failure Would Be a Virtue in BankingSupport measures and regulations to protect the financial system that have been put in place since the financial crisis are propping up banks that in normal times would shrink, close down or get bought. Some of these need re-examining.
- Why Italy's Bank Rescue Looks a Backward Step for EuropeA sweetheart deal to wind down two small banks raises wider questions about state support for lenders.
- Easy Money Gone, Loeb Has a Tough Road at NestléA soaring share price and changes in the works before the activist’s arrival mean smaller gains and more time to get them at Swiss food company.
Speaker: Henri Moudi, Panelist Topic: “Finding Yield in a ZIRP Environment”
Date: February 26, 2013 Location: San Francisco, CA