A $150 Billion Question: What Will Warren Buffett Do With All That Cash?

Berkshire Hathaway's annual report will show if its cash pile ended 2023 at another record high.

Goldman's Chief Economist Has Nailed Big Calls. Here's His Next One. 

Jan Hatzius was prescient on housing in 2008 and a soft landing in 2023.

Axa Lifts Dividend, Launches Buyback 

Axa announced a new share buyback, raised its dividend 16% on higher full-year earnings, and set out new financial targets for 2024-26.

Lloyds Banking To Start Buyback After Profit Beat 

Lloyds Banking launched a $2.5 billion share buyback after its profits rose in the fourth quarter despite lower income and a higher provision.

Fed Minutes Show Unease Over Premature Cuts 

Only two officials highlighted the risks of keeping rates too high for too long at last month's policy meeting.

Bank of Korea Stands Pat, Maintains Growth and Inflation Forecasts 

South Korea's central bank held its policy rate steady at a 15-year high as widely expected, and signaled that a policy pivot toward easing may not come anytime soon.

Crypto Tycoon Do Kwon Should Be Extradited to U.S., Montenegro Court Rules 

Both the U.S. and South Korea have sought to prosecute the creator of TerraUSD and Luna.

China Slowdown Deals $3 Billion Blow to HSBC 

The bank fell into a quarterly loss after it wrote down the value of its stake in Chinese lender Bank of Communications.

Value Reset Sets Stage for Buyouts Revival in Software 

Private-equity dealmakers see a thaw beginning as software company prices adjust to a new market reality.

Bank of America CEO flags tug-of-war between inflation and higher wages but says consumers are still spending 

Chief Executive Brian Moynihan is 'not worried' about competition from proposed credit-card merger but admits 'concern' over regional banks' exposure to commercial real estate.

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