Max Nisen is a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist covering biotech, pharma and health care. He previously wrote about management and corporate strategy for Quartz and Business Insider.

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Two Years Gone
The U.S. is still playing global banking watchdog -- New York's Department of Financial Services wants to fine Habib Bank the equivalent of two years of profits.
Source: Bloomberg
Up Top
It may have taken a decade, but that doesn't make Intel's win over European antitrust watchdogs any less sweet.
Source: IDC
Lower for Longer
The rollercoaster swings in German bond yields are likely to stay as long as central bank uncertainty lingers.
Source: Bloomberg
Trail Pipe
Plains All American wants to move on from its past. But it's likely to be haunted for some time to come.
Source: Bloomberg
Note: Master limited partnerships with a market cap of $10 billion or more. Performance is year-to-date as of Sep. 5, 2017.

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