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Stock Buybacks Are Booming, but Share Prices Aren’t Budging

Stock Buybacks Are Booming, but Share Prices Aren’t Budging

S&P 500 companies are on track to repurchase as much as $800 billion in stock this year, a record that would eclipse 2007’s buyback bonanza. But those companies aren’t getting the expected stock boost that often follows share buybacks.

Published 3 months ago

Summit Looms for a Strained NATO Alliance

Summit Looms for a Strained NATO Alliance

European leaders brace for a tense meeting this week with a U.S. president who is imposing tariffs and chiding the allies for not spending more on their own defense. Trump advisers say the president is just trying to rebalance the relationship.

Published 3 months ago

How U.S. and China Tariffs Are Rippling Through U.S. Industries

How U.S. and China Tariffs Are Rippling Through U.S. Industries

Makers of whiskey, cheese, auto parts and more are contending with the U.S.-China tariff battle

Published 3 months ago

South Sudan’s Exiled Former Vice President Offered Power-Sharing Deal

South Sudan’s Exiled Former Vice President Offered Power-Sharing Deal

South Sudan has offered to reinstate its exiled former vice president in an effort to quell a civil war that has been devastating the world’s youngest nation.

Published 3 months ago

North Korean Denuclearization Talks Uncertain After Pompeo Visit

North Korean Denuclearization Talks Uncertain After Pompeo Visit

The path ahead for talks with North Korea appeared uncertain after a visit by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ended with Pyongyang accusing the U.S. of “gangster-like tactics,” but saying it retained confidence in President Trump to reach an agreement.

Published 3 months ago

Giuliani Demands ‘Factual Basis’ for Mueller Probe Before Any Trump Interview

Giuliani Demands ‘Factual Basis’ for Mueller Probe Before Any Trump Interview

Rudy Giuliani said President Donald Trump would only sit down for an interview with Robert Mueller if the special counsel could show a “factual basis” for the Russia investigation.

Published 3 months ago

Miss America Organization Split by #MeToo Era Swimsuit Decision

Miss America Organization Split by #MeToo Era Swimsuit Decision

Nearly half of Miss America’s board has left in the wake of the organization’s decision to eliminate the swimsuit competition, and 22 state pageant leaders are seeking to oust Chairwoman Gretchen Carlson over concerns about the pageant’s new direction.

Published 3 months ago

How Regulators Averted a Debacle in Credit-Default Swaps

How Regulators Averted a Debacle in Credit-Default Swaps

When Blackstone Group made a bet that shook confidence in the credit derivatives market, U.S. regulators waged an unusual campaign to pressure the investment firm to back down.

Published 3 months ago

Many States Are Likely Unprepared For Next Downturn

Many States Are Likely Unprepared For Next Downturn

Many U.S. states have been slow to improve their finances nine years into the economic expansion. That raises a risk they won’t be prepared when another downturn hits.

Published 3 months ago

North Korean Denuclearization Talks Uncertain After Pompeo Visit

North Korean Denuclearization Talks Uncertain After Pompeo Visit

The path ahead for talks with North Korea appeared uncertain after a visit by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ended with Pyongyang accusing the U.S. of “gangster-like tactics,” but saying it retained confidence in President Trump to reach an agreement.

Published 3 months ago

Stock Buybacks Are Booming, but Share Prices Aren’t Budging

Stock Buybacks Are Booming, but Share Prices Aren’t Budging

S&P 500 companies are on track to repurchase as much as $800 billion in stock this year, a record that would eclipse 2007’s buyback bonanza. But those companies aren’t getting the expected stock boost that often follows share buybacks.

Published 3 months ago

North Korean Ex-Diplomat Says Blackmail Is Part of Regime’s Playbook

North Korean Ex-Diplomat Says Blackmail Is Part of Regime’s Playbook

A former North Korean diplomat’s account of a $1 billion demand to Israel shows how Pyongyang has tried to use the threat of weapons proliferation to shake down its adversaries for cash, in a lesson on regime strategy for U.S. negotiators.

Published 3 months ago

How Regulators Averted a Debacle in Credit-Default Swaps

How Regulators Averted a Debacle in Credit-Default Swaps

When Blackstone Group made a bet that shook confidence in the credit derivatives market, U.S. regulators waged an unusual campaign to pressure the investment firm to back down.

Published 3 months ago

Giuliani Demands ‘Factual Basis’ for Mueller Probe Before any Trump Interview

Giuliani Demands ‘Factual Basis’ for Mueller Probe Before any Trump Interview

Rudy Giuliani said President Donald Trump would only sit down for an interview with Robert Mueller if the special counsel could show a “factual basis” for the Russia investigation.

Published 3 months ago