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10 months ago
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Zip Cuts Annual Loss 60%, Says Profitability Coming

Australian buy-now-pay-later provider Zip Co. cut its annual loss by 60% and reiterated its belief it will report pos...

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10 months ago
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A Simpler, Sleeker Japan Inc. Could Reward Investors

Japan’s corporate structures are getting simpler—and probably more valuable, too

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11 months ago
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Bernanke Tapped to Find Out Why U.K. Central Bank Misjudged Inflation

Core inflation is rising in the U.K. while falling in other big economies like the U.S. WSJ's Anna Hirtenstein explai...

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11 months ago
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Stock Exchange Regulators Back Global Climate-Reporting Rules

Association representing over 95% of market capitalization endorses international rules that include Scope 3 emission...

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11 months ago
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Can EVs and Solar Panels Save China’s Economy?

China’s bet on hard tech like chips—and against property and internet tech—isn’t going well. But the story could be d...

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12 months ago
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Global Stocks Slip as China Stimulus Hopes Fade

U.S. markets are closed for the Juneteenth holiday

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about 1 year ago
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Nasdaq Opens Higher With Fed Move Eyed

U.S. stocks inched higher after the opening bell, with gains in technology shares helping offset losses among real es...

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about 1 year ago
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A Foreign Capital Invasion Could Lift Japan’s Stocks

Japan’s Topix is one of the top performing markets in the world this year. But foreigners are only just starting to t...

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about 1 year ago
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Dow Edges Higher; PacWest Shares Gain

Major indexes little changed as regional bank stocks recover modestly

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about 1 year ago
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Underwhelming Chinese Stock Markets Show Concern Over Recovery

China’s stocks have underperformed this year as questions linger on durability of economic rebound

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about 1 year ago
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Microsoft’s Activision Loss Is Sony’s Gain

Sony shares shot up after U.K. regulators gave the thumbs down to Microsoft’s $75 billion acquisition.

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about 1 year ago
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Australian Startup Canva’s Growth Accelerating During Downturn

Canva added 10 million active users to its online platform over 30 days through mid-March, taking its total to 125 mi...

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over 1 year ago
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The Knives Are Out in China’s EV Industry

China’s new-energy passenger vehicle market nearly doubled in size last year. But 2023 is shaping up quite differently.

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over 1 year ago
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The World Economy Is Doing Well—This Is Bad News for Central Bankers

Surprising signs of economic vitality from the U.S. to China and Europe are complicating the fight to bring down high...

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over 1 year ago
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Pope Francis Says He Has Written Resignation Letter in Case of Incapacity

The pontiff, who has used a wheelchair since May, turned 86 on Saturday.

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over 1 year ago
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Beijing’s Pivot to Growth Comes Very Late

China’s leaders are finally sending stronger signals on reigniting growth, but some damage already done may be irrepa...

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over 1 year ago
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The Most Savory Semiconductor Player is Still a Good Bet

Japan’s Ajinomoto makes an insulating film used in chip packaging—and MSG.

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over 1 year ago
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A Big Winner From Qatar’s World Cup: Dubai

While its neighbor grapples with a culture clash and the logistics of running the tournament, Dubai is awash with sup...

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over 1 year ago
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Tencent Slims Down as Beijing Lightens Up

The Chinese social-media and game giant is continuing to unwind its stakes in other companies, while investors are ch...

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over 1 year ago
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U.K. Bond Markets Come Under Pressure Again

The Bank of England helped fuel a fresh selloff in U.K. debt markets when it stopped buying long-dated bonds over the...

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over 1 year ago
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Central Banks May Stoke Risks by Raising Interest Rates Together

The most widespread rate increases on record have some economists worrying a lack of coordination may result in unnec...

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almost 2 years ago
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U.S. and China Put Their Market Divorce on Hold

A dispute between the two countries over audits of U.S.-listed Chinese companies may finally be near resolution. Keep...

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about 2 years ago
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Tech Stocks Lead Declines as Australia’s ASX 200 Tumbles After Holiday Weekend

Australian stocks are on course for their biggest declines since March 2020 after a sharp opening fall on Tuesday wip...

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about 2 years ago
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Fortescue Founder Forrest to Retake Control of Iron-Ore Operations

Fortescue Metals Group’s founder Andrew Forrest will retake control of the mining group’s iron-ore business when Chie...

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over 2 years ago
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Can Russia’s Sanctions Pain Be China’s Gain?

Russia’s economic isolation is a boon for China in some ways but sends a strong signal on the West’s willingness and ...

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over 2 years ago
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Investors Bet Ukraine-Russia War Will Be Averted

Russian troops are continuing to build up on the Ukrainian border, but investors are piling into bets that there won’...

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over 2 years ago
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Corporate Bonds in Europe Tumble Most Since Pandemic Began

The bonds have taken their biggest hit since 2020 over the past week after a sudden pivot from the European Central B...

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over 2 years ago
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Winter Olympics: Opening Ceremony Kicks Off in Beijing After Months of Tension

One of the most unusual Games in history began with a parade of masked athletes and a blaze of fireworks.

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over 2 years ago
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Beijing Will Save Housing Projects, But Not Necessarily Developers

To head off a deepening housing downturn, Beijing is backpedaling a bit on tough leverage rules. That might not be en...

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over 2 years ago
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Chinese Stocks Glimpse Light at the End of the Tunnel

China’s central bank is tilting dovish, as the Fed—and most other major central banks—increasingly lean the other way.

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over 2 years ago
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Germany’s Vast Foreign Surpluses Are Finally Falling, Fulfilling an Old U.S. Demand

Washington and others had accused Germany of feeding global economic imbalances by hoarding savings and refusing to s...

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over 2 years ago
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Arab Gulf States Compete for Influence in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan

The United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia are reopening diplomatic missions and restarting flights as they try to mat...

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over 2 years ago
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China’s Frozen Factories Warm Up, a Little

Easing supply constraints boosted Chinese factory activity in November, but a durable recovery awaits more support fo...

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over 2 years ago
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Ugandan Capital Kampala Hit by Twin Explosions

Two blasts ripped through locations in the center of Uganda’s capital during morning rush hour in a suspected terrori...

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over 2 years ago
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A Rabbi Searches for a Congregation in Saudi Arabia, Birthplace of Islam

Jacob Herzog wants to offer religious services to Jewish expats. So far, the kingdom isn’t interested, but he’s undau...

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over 2 years ago
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Xi’s ‘Common Prosperity’ in Theory and Practice

President Xi Jinping’s vision for a more equal China has spooked investors. The recent release of a fuller version of...

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over 2 years ago
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Inflation Worries Hit U.K. Markets as Energy Prices Soar

The U.K. is a more severe case of the same trends driving inflation higher in the U.S. and around the world.

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almost 3 years ago
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China Goes Cold Turkey on Property

If exports stumble or consumption doesn’t pick up again promptly, Beijing may be forced to relent on its property cur...

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almost 3 years ago
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No Level-Up for Chinese Game Companies Yet

A report of a full stop on game approvals—later corrected—punished Chinese game shares. It still looks early to buy t...

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