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Wall Street’s Newest Puzzle: What Passive Buying and Selling Means for Individual Stocks

Wall Street’s Newest Puzzle: What Passive Buying and Selling Means for Individual Stocks

The rise of passive investing is changing the makeup of markets. Even active investors are now resigning themselves to the influence of indexing and are contriving ways to take advantage of its impact.

Published 3 months ago

Anti-Immigrant AfD Party Draws In More Germans as Vote Nears

Anti-Immigrant AfD Party Draws In More Germans as Vote Nears

In the last week of what is expected to be Angela Merkel’s successful bid for re-election, the Alternative for Germany is creeping up in the polls as it sounds the alarm about what it says is an existential threat posed by Muslim immigration.

Published 3 months ago

S&P Lowers China’s Credit Rating

S&P Lowers China’s Credit Rating

Standard & Poor’s lowered China’s sovereign credit rating, joining a growing chorus of alarm over the nation’s soaring debt levels despite government pledges to fend off financial risks.

Published 3 months ago

With Timing Tight for GOP’s Health-Law Repeal Effort, Opponents Rush to Mobilize

With Timing Tight for GOP’s Health-Law Repeal Effort, Opponents Rush to Mobilize

Opponents of a Republican plan to dismantle most of the Affordable Care Act are scrambling to ramp up a resistance campaign before a possible Senate vote next week on a bill many never expected would gain traction.

Published 3 months ago

Energy Alliance Propels Russia-Saudi  Cooperation

Energy Alliance Propels Russia-Saudi Cooperation

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman plans to discuss Syria, the Qatar blockade and oil production with Russian President Vladimir Putin next month in Russia, according to people familiar with the matter, as energy cooperation deepens political ties between the two former foes.

Published 3 months ago

Amazon Puts Whole Foods on Fast Track to Conventional Supermarket

Amazon Puts Whole Foods on Fast Track to Conventional Supermarket

Whole Foods will change the way companies can sell and market their products beginning next year, banning ‘brand advocates’ from stores and pushing sellers to pitch the grocer’s Austin, Texas headquarters.

Published 3 months ago

CVS Health Moves to Limit Access to Opioid Painkillers

CVS Health Moves to Limit Access to Opioid Painkillers

One of the largest managers of pharmaceutical benefits in the U.S. says it will start limiting the duration and dose of some prescriptions for opioid painkillers, in an effort to combat widespread addiction.

Published 3 months ago

Bank of Japan Sticks With Easy Money Settings

Bank of Japan Sticks With Easy Money Settings

Japan’s central bank leaves policy unchanged, sticking with its aggressive monetary stimulus measures as many other major central banks around the world head toward an exit from easy money.

Published 3 months ago

Born on the Run: How a Pregnant Refugee Fled Myanmar’s Killing Fields

Born on the Run: How a Pregnant Refugee Fled Myanmar’s Killing Fields

Rohingya refugees describe the harrowing flight from Myanmar as they scramble for food and shelter, overwhelming support systems in Bangladesh.

Published 3 months ago

Trump’s Bipartisan Outreach Gets Strong Support in New Poll

Trump’s Bipartisan Outreach Gets Strong Support in New Poll

President Donald Trump’s deal with congressional Democrats to keep the government funded and provide hurricane relief is drawing strong support from across the political spectrum, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found.

Published 3 months ago

Mexican Schoolchildren’s Fate Becomes Focus of Earthquake Aftermath

Mexican Schoolchildren’s Fate Becomes Focus of Earthquake Aftermath

Residents of the Mexican capital on Wednesday spent the day grieving or pitching in on recovery efforts after a devastating earthquake killed at least 230 people. But many also spent the day rooting for a little girl.

Published 3 months ago

SEC Discloses Edgar Corporate Filing System Was Hacked in 2016

SEC Discloses Edgar Corporate Filing System Was Hacked in 2016

The SEC disclosed that hackers penetrated its electronic system for storing public-company filings and may have traded illegally on the information.

Published 3 months ago

Robert Mueller Looks at What White House Knew About Probe of Mike Flynn

Robert Mueller Looks at What White House Knew About Probe of Mike Flynn

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is seeking to determine what White House officials knew about a federal investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn early this year.

Published 3 months ago

Mexico’s ‘Moles’ Dig Out Earthquake Victims

Mexico’s ‘Moles’ Dig Out Earthquake Victims

Mexico’s Topos, a volunteer force of usually small men and women, have become renowned for pulling survivors from the debris of damaged buildings from Iran to Indonesia. This week their task was at home.

Published 3 months ago

Trump Says ‘I’ll Let You Know’ if U.S. Will Keep Iran Deal

Trump Says ‘I’ll Let You Know’ if U.S. Will Keep Iran Deal

President Donald Trump told reporters that he has reached a decision about whether the U.S. will continue to adhere to the Iran nuclear deal, although he declined to reveal what the decision is.

Published 3 months ago