- Wall Street bank fees from China listings jump despite political tension | Financial Times | 2020-08-13
Wall Street banks have earned hundreds of millions in fees from Chinese groups selling shares in New York and Hong Kong in 2020, illustrating the fee pool that is at stake as Washington threatens to delist these companies from US markets.
- U.S. Business Groups Urge China to ‘Redouble Efforts’ to Implement Trade Deal - WSJ | 2020-07-07
NEW YORK—As senior U.S. and Chinese economic officials plan to discuss China’s compliance with a trade deal signed early this year, more than 40 American business groups called on Beijing to step up purchases of U.S. manufactured goods as well as energy and other products as part of the agreement.
- Consumers ‘More Optimistic’ About Economy’s Future in May, New York Fed Says - WSJ | 2020-06-09
Americans are growing more upbeat about what lies ahead for the economy, even as they brace for what they see as a rise in inflationary pressure, a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said Monday.
- Hard-Hit by Coronavirus, New York City Faces Next Big Test: Reopening - WSJ | 2020-06-08
New York City begins reopening its economy Monday after more than two months in lockdown, with businesses struggling to regain their footing from the pandemic’s financial toll while also girding for a possible second wave of the contagion.
- The US-China trade war has erased $1.7 trillion from US companies' market value, Fed report says | Markets Insider | 2020-05-29
The two-year trade war between the US and China has slashed $1.7 trillion from American companies' market cap, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said in a Thursday report.
- NYSE reopens trading floor after two-month Covid shutdown - Financial Times | 2020-05-27
The New York Stock Exchange has partially reopened its famous Wall Street trading floor, with around a quarter of brokers returning after a two-month shutdown caused by the coronavirus crisis.
- 时隔两个月后纽交所重启交易大厅 - FT中文网 | 2020-05-27
纽约证交所(New York Stock Exchange)已部分重新开放其著名的华尔街交易大厅，约四分之一的经纪人重返这个交易场所，此前新冠病毒危机造成了2个月的关闭。
- New York and New Jersey Start to Reopen Their Economies - WSJ | 2020-05-14
Construction firms can resume nonessential operations in the coming days across New Jersey and in the northernmost counties of New York, officials said Wednesday, as both states moved forward with a limited economic restart amid the coronavirus crisis.
- U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Top 80,000 as States Expand Moves to Reopen - WSJ | 2020-05-12
The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 80,000 Monday as state governors from New York to California took steps toward reopening businesses as the economic wreckage mounted from lockdowns.
- New York City Subways Won’t Run 24 Hours a Day During Pandemic - WSJ | 2020-05-04
The New York City subway system will stop running 24 hours a day, an unprecedented move meant to help disinfect trains and stations and eject homeless people amid hygiene fears during the new coronavirus pandemic.
- China Asserts Claim to Global Leadership, Mask by Mask - WSJ | 2020-04-06
New York City’s Times Square stands empty, a testament to the threat the coronavirus poses to the biggest U.S. city.
- SL Green’s $815 Million Deal to Sell New York City Office Tower Falls Apart - WSJ | 2020-03-25
Real-estate giant SL Green Realty Corp. ’s agreement to sell the former New York Daily News headquarters for $815 million has collapsed after the buyer’s financing pulled out, according to people familiar with the matter.
- New York Fed Moves to Keep Money Markets Calm Amid Turmoil - The New York Times | 2020-03-09
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York on Monday announced that it will ramp up the amount of short-term loans it offers banks, an effort to keep cash flowing smoothly through the financial system as markets gyrate amid fears about economic fallout from the coronavirus.
- Swiping their way higher: Visa, Mastercard could be the next $1 trillion companies - Reuters | 2020-01-31
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tech and internet titans were the first to reach $1 trillion in stock market value, but the next U.S. companies that could do so are better known for their plastic.
- Interview: China-U.S. phase-one trade deal brightens prospect of world economy - Xinhua | English.news.cn | 2019-12-26
NEW YORK, Dec. 24 (Xinhua) -- The China-U.S. phase-one economic and trade deal is beneficial to the world economy, an expert with Standard Chartered said.
- The WeWork of China Gears Up for a New York IPO - WSJ | 2019-12-18
China’s biggest co-working company has filed plans to go public on the New York Stock Exchange, an early test of investor faith in flexible-office startups since We Co. pulled the plug on its IPO plans.
- Federal pension fund to include China investments, bucking political pressure - Reuters | 2019-11-14
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A pension fund for federal workers on Wednesday said it will begin tracking a benchmark that includes China-listed companies, despite strong opposition from a bipartisan group of Senators.
- U.S.-China trade hopes boost stocks; dollar weak - Reuters | 2019-10-29
NEW YORK (Reuters) - An index of global stock markets rallied to a 21-month high on Monday, boosted by growing hopes for a U.S.-China trade deal and the view that the U.S. Federal Reserve this week will deliver its third interest rate cut for 2019.
- CBRE’s Darcy Stacom on the Chrysler Building Sale, Trophy Assets and Off-Market Sales | 2019-10-10
The $100 billion dollar woman: From the Chrysler Building to Chelsea Market, Darcy Stacom breaks down the market in New York City — and beyond.
- Wall Street falls amid caution on U.S.-China trade dispute - Reuters | 2019-10-08
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks eased on Monday as reports on the U.S.-China trade front kept investors cautious ahead of scheduled talks later in the week.