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Wall Street Journal: Money

Twitter Lightens its Load

Twitter Lightens its Load

Twitter is proving that smaller may be better, even in social media, as purging users makes Twitter’s advertising business more healthy.
Amazon Fails to Deliver

Amazon Fails to Deliver

The company’s 15% growth is a significant number for a business generating more than $200 billion in annual sales, but it is not the kind of growth its investors have been banking on.
Blame the Fed for Budweiser Brewer's Dividend Cut

Blame the Fed for Budweiser Brewer's Dividend Cut

The U.S. Federal Reserve’s interest-rate increases are roiling the emerging-market currencies in which Anheuser-Busch InBev makes roughly two-thirds of its sales.
No One's Feeling Chipper About Chips

No One's Feeling Chipper About Chips

Shares in Samsung and SK Hynix have suffered despite both companies reporting record earnings.
Barclays Cruises While Deutsche Bank Spins

Barclays Cruises While Deutsche Bank Spins

The diverging fates of Barclays and Deutsche Bank are connected by the amount of cheap funding they can offer clients.
Goldilocks Economy Could Be a Bear for Stocks

Goldilocks Economy Could Be a Bear for Stocks

The environment that the Federal Reserve envisions for the economy wouldn’t be all that friendly for stocks.
Don't Bid on eBay Just Yet

Don't Bid on eBay Just Yet

PayPal results suggest eBay’s recent marketplace growth spurt may be short lived.
Eurozone Squabbles Are a Problem for Stocks, Not Bonds

Eurozone Squabbles Are a Problem for Stocks, Not Bonds

News of the eurozone’s demise is exaggerated, but that may not offer much comfort to stock investors.
The Table Is Rigged Against Macau Stocks

The Table Is Rigged Against Macau Stocks

Shares in major casino operators in the world’s largest gambling market have been tumbling, but it isn’t time for investors to up their bets.
Consumer Giants' Have an Emerging Market Problem

Consumer Giants' Have an Emerging Market Problem

Big footprints in emerging markets are often considered the crown jewels of European consumer-products giants like Nestlé and Unilever. But the downside is apparent.
Wall Street's Fear Gauge Flashes Green Again

Wall Street's Fear Gauge Flashes Green Again

Panic in the stock market is officially over—at least according to derivatives markets.
Hope Floats for Offshore Oil Drillers

Hope Floats for Offshore Oil Drillers

The merger of Ensco and Rowan makes sense, but the rally in their shares so far this year is premature because there is no sign of improving rates for their rigs this year or next, despite higher
Disney's Magical Money Kingdom

Disney's Magical Money Kingdom

Beating the crowds at Disney World early is going to cost you.
Something Happened at Pfizer?

Something Happened at Pfizer?

The other CEO announcement on Monday wasn’t quite as exciting.
Marvel Gets a Leading Woman

Marvel Gets a Leading Woman

The coming ‘Captain Marvel' marks an overdue milestone in the Marvel universe.
Coca-Cola Goes Back to the Future

Coca-Cola Goes Back to the Future

Many were surprised to see that Coca-Cola, the world’s largest beverage company, is considering dipping its toes into the cannabis market.
Florence Is a Tragedy for Homeowners, Not Insurers

Florence Is a Tragedy for Homeowners, Not Insurers

People in the Carolinas are about to rediscover the difference between the damage a storm causes and what is covered by insurance. While wind damage is well covered by insurers, flood damage is absent
CBS After Moonves

CBS After Moonves

Les Moonves’s departure from CBS, and the deal with National Amusements, ends a messy chapter for the company, but there are still important issues to consider before CBS gets an all-clear.
Jack Ma's Retirement Is a Sign Alibaba's Heyday May Have Passed

Jack Ma's Retirement Is a Sign Alibaba's Heyday May Have Passed

Despite the fabled co-founder’s retirement, Jack Ma will still have influence at Alibaba. But the real question for investors is whether his departure means the company’s best days are behind it.
Deutsche Bank Won't Be Sad to Lose This Big Shareholder

Deutsche Bank Won't Be Sad to Lose This Big Shareholder

The bank’s stock price is likely to remain under pressure as Chinese conglomerate HNA prepares to sell its 7.6% stake. But short-term pain should give way to a better longer-term foundation for the