CVC Looks to Raise EUR250 Million in Amsterdam Float 

CVC has priced its IPO implying a market valuation of up to $16 billion and said it planned to raise EUR250 million.

Analysis: Path for 10-Year U.S. Treasury Yield to 5% Is Possible but Tricky 

A recent jump in U.S. government-bond yields has left investors pondering whether the 10-year Treasury yield could reach 5% as expectations for interest-rate cuts continue to be scaled back.

Insurer Earnings Make Hospital Investors Sweat 

Better-than-expected medical costs for insurers are putting pressure on hospital stocks.

GEF Capital Collects $325 Million for Energy-Efficiency Bets 

The firm has wrapped up its second U.S. buyout fund to back companies and technologies that curb energy use.

Financial Services Roundup: Market Talk 

Find insight on Deloitte, UnitedHealth Group, Nordea,,and more in the latest Market Talks covering the Financial Services sector.

The Coney Island Apartment Complex That Nearly Sparked a Banking Panic 

Investors are worried about ticking time bombs on banks' balance sheets. Warbasse Houses was one of them.

Regulators Restart Bid to Curb Bonus Pay on Wall Street 

Incentive-compensation rules are required by the 2010 Dodd-Frank law but have yet to be put in place.

Fed's Goolsbee says progress on inflation has stalled, makes sense to wait on interest rates 

Chicago Fed president "hopeful" we will get improvement on inflation.

Banks Believe They Are Well-Prepared for Commercial Real Estate Fallout 

Banks have built up substantial reserves against office loans going bad.

American Express says cardholders are buying lots of 'front of cabin' plane tickets, as total spending grows 7% 

American Express saw an acceleration in new card acquisitions during the first quarter, and it recorded a profit beat for the period.

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