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Rivals Reap Rewards as China’s Monster Money-Market Fund Shrinks

Rivals Reap Rewards as China’s Monster Money-Market Fund Shrinks

Beijing is forcing the world’s largest money-market fund, Ant Financial’s Tianhong Yu’e Bao, to shrink, creating a bonanza for the dozen other money-market funds that Ant has added to its investment platform.

Published 1 month ago

Bags of Cash and a Bomb Plot: Inside a Covert Iranian Operation in Europe

Bags of Cash and a Bomb Plot: Inside a Covert Iranian Operation in Europe

Belgian authorities said they stopped an Iranian émigré and his wife on their way to a conference outside Paris in June, and found a device that contained a powerful explosive. The allegation of a plot on French soil is jeopardizing Europe’s support for the Iran nuclear deal.

Published 1 month ago

Stock rebound keeps momentum as earnings reassure

Stock rebound keeps momentum as earnings reassure

Wall Street futures point to further gains after rally in Europe and Asia

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China manufacturing gauge points to worsening economic slowdown

China manufacturing gauge points to worsening economic slowdown

Economists expect further fiscal and monetary stimulus as trade war impact looms

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October’s Market Rout Leaves Investors With No Place to Hide

October’s Market Rout Leaves Investors With No Place to Hide

Global stocks have lost more than $5 trillion in value in October, along with a rise in bond yields toward their highest levels in years, testing investors’ resolve in a way not seen since the financial crisis.

Published 1 month ago

Companies Raise Prices, Betting Consumers Can Pay More

Companies Raise Prices, Betting Consumers Can Pay More

From paint to air tickets to Steve Madden handbags, the prices of consumer items are going up as industries pass along higher costs. A long period of low inflation appears to be over.

Published 1 month ago

Will These October Surprises Impact the Midterm Elections?

Will These October Surprises Impact the Midterm Elections?

Will the caravan of Central American immigrants, the deadly synagogue shooting, and the pipe bomb mailings influence next week's midterm elections? The WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains. Photos: Getty

Published 1 month ago

Q&A With GE CEO Larry Culp on His Fix-It Plan

Q&A With GE CEO Larry Culp on His Fix-It Plan

Larry Culp took over as chairman and CEO of General Electric with the challenge of turning around a conglomerate that is struggling with losses in its biggest unit and preparing to break itself apart.

Published 1 month ago

Rivals Reap Rewards as China’s Monster Money-Market Fund Shrinks

Rivals Reap Rewards as China’s Monster Money-Market Fund Shrinks

Beijing is forcing the world’s largest money-market fund, Ant Financial’s Tianhong Yu’e Bao, to shrink, creating a bonanza for the dozen other money-market funds that Ant has added to its investment platform.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Charges Chinese Agents in Hacking Scheme, More Cases Expected

U.S. Charges Chinese Agents in Hacking Scheme, More Cases Expected

Federal prosecutors unsealed charges against 10 Chinese intelligence officers and other individuals Tuesday, accusing them of a persistent campaign to hack into U.S. aviation companies.

Published 1 month ago

Tennessee Senate Race a Test of Pragmatism vs. Party Labels

Tennessee Senate Race a Test of Pragmatism vs. Party Labels

The Senate contest in this state President Trump won by 26 percentage points is surprisingly close-fought, with Democrat Phil Bredesen talking up his centrist record while GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn plays up hot-button issues such as immigration.

Published 1 month ago

October’s Market Rout Leaves Investors With No Place to Hide

October’s Market Rout Leaves Investors With No Place to Hide

Global stocks have lost more than $5 trillion in value in October, along with a rare simultaneous drop in bonds prices that has pushed yields near their highest levels in years, testing investors’ resolve in a way not seen since the financial crisis.

Published 1 month ago

Q&A With GE CEO Larry Culp on His Fix-It Plan

Q&A With GE CEO Larry Culp on His Fix-It Plan

Larry Culp took over as chairman and CEO of General Electric with the challenge of turning around a conglomerate that is struggling with losses in its biggest unit and preparing to break itself apart.

Published 1 month ago

U.S. Deployment of Soldiers to Exceed Initial Estimate on Mexican Border

U.S. Deployment of Soldiers to Exceed Initial Estimate on Mexican Border

The number of U.S. troops being deployed to the Mexican border could eventually grow beyond 5,239—the figure that officials announced a day earlier—according to the military commander overseeing the deployment.

Published 1 month ago

Companies Raise Prices, Betting Consumers Can Pay More

Companies Raise Prices, Betting Consumers Can Pay More

From paint to air tickets to Steve Madden handbags, the prices of consumer items are going up as industries pass along higher costs. A long period of low inflation appears to be over.

Published 1 month ago