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The Conference Call That Shook Investor Faith in Facebook

The Conference Call That Shook Investor Faith in Facebook

Comments about revenue growth, monetizing Instagram Stories and the impact of new privacy laws during the earnings conference call hit Facebook’s shares.

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Nomura profits tumble 91% on fixed income, equities slump

Nomura profits tumble 91% on fixed income, equities slump

Trade war spooks Japanese retail investors

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The EU will stand up for rules-based trade

The EU will stand up for rules-based trade

Too often progress at the WTO has been held up by states pursuing narrow interests

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Qualcomm Deal Collapse Forces NXP to Forge a New Path

Qualcomm Deal Collapse Forces NXP to Forge a New Path

Qualcomm decision to abandon the takeover of NXP produced a cash windfall for the Dutch chip maker, but left it scrambling to spell out what its future may hold.

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Three Important Senate Races to Watch in November

Three Important Senate Races to Watch in November

The Senate is currently split with 51 Republicans and 49 Democrats. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib looks at three important Senate races to watch during the midterm elections. Photo: AP

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Bud Loses More Drinkers in the U.S.

Bud Loses More Drinkers in the U.S.

Anheuser-Busch InBev reported a rise in second-quarter profit but its quest to woo increasingly fickle American drinkers is proving a headache it’s struggling to shake.

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Outflows From U.S. Stocks Swell as Investors Seek Refuge in Bonds

Outflows From U.S. Stocks Swell as Investors Seek Refuge in Bonds

Investors are fleeing U.S. stocks at a rapid clip as the possibility of a protracted trade dispute between the world’s two largest economies pushes them to seek safety among less risky assets such as U.S. Treasurys.

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U.S., Europeans Agree to Iron Out Trade Differences

U.S., Europeans Agree to Iron Out Trade Differences

President Trump declared a “new phase” in the relationship between the U.S. and the European Union, agreeing to hold off on proposed car tariffs and work with the EU to resolve their dispute over metals duties.

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Shell Kicks Off Big Oil Earnings With Growth Spurt

Shell Kicks Off Big Oil Earnings With Growth Spurt

The world’s biggest oil companies are on a winning streak of rising profits and soaring cash flow. Royal Dutch Shell nearly tripling its net profit in the second quarter from a year earlier.

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Gang Databases Are the Latest Controversial Policing Tool

Gang Databases Are the Latest Controversial Policing Tool

Politicians and advocates in major cities are scrutinizing police departments for the way they label and track suspected gang members, saying the methods lack oversight and unfairly expose minorities to the criminal justice system.

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After Trump’s Threat to Iran, White House Convenes a Policy Meeting

After Trump’s Threat to Iran, White House Convenes a Policy Meeting

Four days after President Trump’s stern warning to Iran’s president, national security adviser John Bolton is scheduled to hold a meeting of Pentagon and other top officials on the administration’s emerging strategy on Iran.

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Qualcomm Plans to Abandon NXP Deal Amid U.S.-China Tensions

Qualcomm Plans to Abandon NXP Deal Amid U.S.-China Tensions

Qualcomm said it plans to scrap its $44 billion purchase of Dutch chip maker NXP after failing to secure approval in China, making the deal one of the most prominent victims of spiraling U.S.-China trade tensions.

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National Enquirer’s Yearslong Dealings With Trump Lawyer Fall Under Federal Scrutiny

National Enquirer’s Yearslong Dealings With Trump Lawyer Fall Under Federal Scrutiny

Michael Cohen and the tabloid publisher traded favors over many years, including helping mediate a lawsuit threat by former “Apprentice” star Omarosa Manigault-Newman and tackling emerging stories potentially unfavorable to the president. Authorities are trying to determine whether the publisher and Mr. Trump’s team violated campaign-finance laws.

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Facebook Shares Tumble as Growth Outlook Darkens

Facebook Shares Tumble as Growth Outlook Darkens

Facebook reported slower-than-expected revenue growth in the second quarter, indicating the social-media site felt some effects from recent controversies.

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Quant hedge funds lose their allure as performance sags

Quant hedge funds lose their allure as performance sags

Inflows into computer-powered quant funds are running at their slowest pace since 2009

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