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China’s Hot Housing Market Begins to Cool

China’s Hot Housing Market Begins to Cool

In Beijing and Shanghai—two China’s largest housing markets—and other megacities, property sales have stalled and prices have dropped, and the high levels of debt that fueled a housing boom make the slowdown particularly perilous.

Published 6 months ago

Pay for Some New York Private School Chiefs Nears $1 Million

Pay for Some New York Private School Chiefs Nears $1 Million

Compensation for the heads of some elite private K-12 schools in New York City is nearing $1 million.

Published 6 months ago

Dow Industrials on Track to Open Above 26,000

Dow Industrials on Track to Open Above 26,000

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was on course to open above 26,000 Tuesday, with U.S. stocks set to echo broad-based gains in Europe and Asia-Pacific as it continued its speedy leap higher amid the continued market rally.

Published 6 months ago

Citigroup Earnings Wiped Out by Tax Charge

Citigroup Earnings Wiped Out by Tax Charge

Citigroup reported its largest quarterly loss ever after its earnings were wiped out by a $22 billion charge related to the new tax law.

Published 6 months ago

GM to Take $7 Billion Write-Down as a Result of U.S. Tax Overhaul

GM to Take $7 Billion Write-Down as a Result of U.S. Tax Overhaul

General Motors said 2017 pretax profit last year ended up at the high end of its previous forecast, but disclosed it will take a $7 billion write-down on deferred-tax assets stemming from the sweeping tax-overhaul bill passed last month.

Published 6 months ago

‘Deeply disappointing’: GE takes $6bn charge from legacy insurance portfolio

‘Deeply disappointing’: GE takes $6bn charge from legacy insurance portfolio

General Electric will take a $6.2bn post-tax charge after a review of a legacy insurance portfolio, it said on Tuesday.

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Citigroup reports first annual loss since 2009 on $22bn charge

Citigroup reports first annual loss since 2009 on $22bn charge

Citigroup has swung to its first annual loss since 2009 after the Republican tax reforms forced the US bank to take a $22bn accounting hit, one of the biggest such charges in corporate history.

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Ford eyes savings ‘in every part’ of its business

Ford eyes savings ‘in every part’ of its business

Top executive says more cuts are needed at the carmaker to compete with global rivals

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Saudi Arabia struggles to check extremism in schools

Saudi Arabia struggles to check extremism in schools

Flagship education scheme suspended after claims it was hijacked by Islamists

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GE Expects $6.2 Billion Charge After Reviewing Insurance Reserve

GE Expects $6.2 Billion Charge After Reviewing Insurance Reserve

General Electric said it expects a $6.2 billion after-tax charge in its fourth quarter after reviewing GE Capital’s runoff insurance portfolio.

Published 6 months ago

Just Another Day for Bitcoin—a 20% Plunge

Just Another Day for Bitcoin—a 20% Plunge

The price of bitcoin plunged by as much as 20% amid concerns about tighter regulation, with the volatile virtual-currency falling below $12,000 for the first time since early December.

Published 6 months ago

China disrupts web access for global groups as censorship bites

China disrupts web access for global groups as censorship bites

Companies fear being forced on to expensive platform surveilled by Beijing

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BP to take further $1.7bn charge for Deepwater Horizon disaster

BP to take further $1.7bn charge for Deepwater Horizon disaster

Gulf of Mexico oil spill continues to weigh on finances, bringing total above $65bn

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For Business, Donald Trump’s First Year Is a Net Success

For Business, Donald Trump’s First Year Is a Net Success

The tax overhaul that President Trump signed into law last month capped a year in which his initiatives on taxes, regulation—and many of his public pronouncements on the economy—have been broadly welcomed by business, even though his relationship with CEOs has sometimes stumbled.

Published 6 months ago

BP to Book $1.7 Billion Charge for Deepwater Horizon Claims

BP to Book $1.7 Billion Charge for Deepwater Horizon Claims

BP said it would take a $1.7 billion charge in its fourth-quarter earnings because of settlement claims related to the 2010 disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.

Published 6 months ago