China's Centurium Capital raises over $2 billion from GIC, Temasek, others

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China's Centurium Capital raises over $2 billion from GIC, Temasek, others

China's Centurium Capital, a big backer of domestic startup Luckin Coffee, said it has raised more than $2 billion in its debut fund, giving the private equity firm more firepower to cut deals involving the world's second-largest economy.

Morgan Stanley cuts long-term Brent price view after OPEC supply cuts

Morgan Stanley lowered its long-term Brent price forecast on Tuesday and said the oil market is broadly balanced in 2019 after OPEC and its allies including Russia agreed to extend their production cuts by even longer than expected.

Your Money: New U.S. loan rates make it cheaper to borrow for college

The cost of borrowing money for college in the United States just got a little bit cheaper.

Why U.S. small caps may lag despite U.S.-China trade truce

A truce in the trade war between the United States and China that pushed large-cap stocks to new record highs Monday does not appear to be enough to buoy the shares of small U.S. companies that are struggling under the weight of higher tariff costs.

Hedge fund chief Daniel Loeb opposes United Technologies, Raytheon merger

Billionaire investor Daniel Loeb said on Friday that his hedge fund Third Point LLC will vote against the planned merger of United Technologies Corp and Raytheon Co , saying there is no "strategic rationale for this transaction."

Former Abraaj executive pleads guilty to U.S. charges

A former executive of collapsed Dubai private equity firm Abraaj Capital Ltd on Friday pleaded guilty to U.S. fraud and conspiracy charges, admitting that he lied to investors about the firm's financial health and track record.

Investors pour $6 billion into U.S.-based high-yield, investment-grade bond funds: Lipper

Investors' appetite for risk-taking was on display in the latest week, as U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds attracted more than $3 billion in the week ended Wednesday, their third consecutive week of inflows.

As migrants languish in border facilities, U.S. Congress struggles to finalize emergency aid

Congress and the White House were attempting to broker a deal over how to spend emergency aid to address the migrant surge as lawmakers, private companies and presidential candidates raised alarms about immigrants facing dangerous conditions along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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