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Share Buybacks Help Lift Corporate Earnings

Share Buybacks Help Lift Corporate Earnings

Companies’ record stock repurchases this year are causing profits to appear stronger and fueling the stock market’s record run.

Published 2 months ago

Comcast’s Next Test on Sky: Convincing Investors

Comcast’s Next Test on Sky: Convincing Investors

Having secured control of European pay-TV giant Sky PLC, Comcast now must persuade investors that it didn’t overpay and that the deal will accelerate its growth.

Published 2 months ago

At U.N., Trump Will Face an Iran Gap With European Allies

At U.N., Trump Will Face an Iran Gap With European Allies

President Trump and his European counterparts square off at the United Nations this week on a key policy issue: the fate of the Iran nuclear agreement as the Islamic Republic pursues its regional ambitions.

Published 2 months ago

Hopes Rise for Release of U.S. Pastor Being Held in Turkey

Hopes Rise for Release of U.S. Pastor Being Held in Turkey

Turkish authorities are sending signals that an American pastor facing terrorism charges could be released next month, raising fresh hopes in the U.S. that the polarizing dispute will soon be resolved.

Published 2 months ago

Oil Producers Debate Best Way to Contain Crude Prices

Oil Producers Debate Best Way to Contain Crude Prices

OPEC producers largely agree that oil prices above $80 a barrel would be too high. But there is widespread disagreement on how the cartel and its allies should contain crude prices once U.S. sanctions banning Iranian oil sales take effect in November.

Published 2 months ago

Wall Street’s Marijuana Madness: ‘It’s Like the Internet in 1997’

Wall Street’s Marijuana Madness: ‘It’s Like the Internet in 1997’

Entrepreneurs and investors are rushing headlong into the nascent legal marijuana industry, fueling a stock craze reminiscent of the late 1990s dot-com bubble and the recent bitcoin mania.

Published 2 months ago

Used-Car Sales Boom as New Cars Get Too Pricey for Many

Used-Car Sales Boom as New Cars Get Too Pricey for Many

Rising new-car prices are pushing more buyers to the used-car lot, where they are finding a growing selection of low-mileage vehicles that are only a few years old.

Published 2 months ago

Randgold and Barrick agree $18bn gold mining deal

Randgold and Barrick agree $18bn gold mining deal

Tie-up between Canadian and UK-listed rivals will create the world’s biggest gold miner

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Casino says it rejected Carrefour takeover approach

Casino says it rejected Carrefour takeover approach

Carrefour denies push for deal to combine two big names in French food retail

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Sky deal opens new horizons for Comcast

Sky deal opens new horizons for Comcast

US cable behemoth that lacked overseas presence has bought itself a powerful European launch pad

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John McDonnell’s 10% shares plan to give UK workers a stake

John McDonnell’s 10% shares plan to give UK workers a stake

Opponents call it draconian, supporters say it represents a very small amount

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Poland woos White House with ‘Fort Trump’ pitch

Poland woos White House with ‘Fort Trump’ pitch

Warsaw makes long-shot bid for US base to beef up defence against Russia

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Why Brexiters’ confidence in services trade may be misplaced

Why Brexiters’ confidence in services trade may be misplaced

Geography matters almost as much to finance as it does to goods, study finds

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MBA case studies lack female leaders

MBA case studies lack female leaders

Business schools’ teaching materials still overwhelmingly feature men in charge

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The new scramble for Africa

The new scramble for Africa

Led by China, countries from Turkey to India are looking for commercial opportunities — and African leaders welcome the new source of investment

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