A quick rundown of the latest business headlines
The New York Stock Exchange has named its first female leader in 226 years of trading, US media report. Stacey Cunningham, currently NYSE's chief operating officer, will become its 67th president on Friday.
In an unusual move, Spotify will list itself directly on the New York Stock Exchange, bypassing Wall Street banks and brokers to save hundreds of millions of dollars. The company is valued at roughly $19 billion dollars.
Donald Trump's trade war threats likely dominated Angela Merkel's meeting with the Chinese premier. But could rallying around a common economic foe push concerns over human rights and business practices to the side?
Turkish President Recep Erdogan takes potshots at financial markets, rating agencies and even his own central bank. Is it all just part of his election campaign theater — or is the economy really running out of steam?
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