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AT&T Not Out of the Legal Woods Yet

AT&T Not Out of the Legal Woods Yet

The Justice Department’s appeal of a judge’s decision to allow AT&T’s purchase of Time Warner is highly unusual, but the odds of it achieving at least a partial victory aren’t trivial. That may
CBS Analysts Aren't Clueless---They're Feckless

CBS Analysts Aren't Clueless---They're Feckless

When analysts failed to ask questions about sexual harassment allegations on CBS’s conference call, it showed how badly their role is still misunderstood.
Tesla Profits: Be Careful What You Wish For

Tesla Profits: Be Careful What You Wish For

Tesla’s guidance has investors cheering, but the good news comes with strings attached.
What the #MeToo Allegations Mean for CBS

What the #MeToo Allegations Mean for CBS

The potential removal of CEO Les Moonves, and even the weight of the charges, increase the chance of a merger with Viacom.
Bonds Need to Catch Up on the News

Bonds Need to Catch Up on the News

The bond-market tide may be on the turn. After weeks of inaction, 10-year Treasury yields are eyeing 3% once more. Continued momentum in the global economy could lead yields higher still.
Intel Serves Up an Opportunity for AMD

Intel Serves Up an Opportunity for AMD

Much smaller chip maker will have a big head start with new data-center processors.
Facebook's Terrible Timing and Why a Trade Deal Matters for Tech Stocks

Facebook's Terrible Timing and Why a Trade Deal Matters for Tech Stocks

Many tech companies were seen as immune from trade tensions, but Facebook released a worrying outlook just as that benefit may wane.
China Stimulates Again, but Don't Expect Fireworks

China Stimulates Again, but Don't Expect Fireworks

China analysts have spent the past three months arguing about whether Beijing will stimulate the economy as growth slows. The answer is now apparent, but what does that mean for markets?
Google's Costly Traffic Jam Eases

Google's Costly Traffic Jam Eases

The internet giant’s strong results help offset growing worries about costs and political risks.
What the Fed Is Missing, Again

What the Fed Is Missing, Again

The Federal Reserve isn’t worried about the yield curve, and it has reason why. The problem: It is pretty much the same reason it wasn’t worried about the yield curve before the financial crisis.
GE Will Be Dead Money for a While

GE Will Be Dead Money for a While

General Electric’s quarterly results left Wall Street disappointed and signs of progress in the ailing power-generation division are likely far away.
Tariffs Threaten Retailers' Inventory Discipline

Tariffs Threaten Retailers' Inventory Discipline

Proposed tariffs on Chinese goods are forcing retailers to buy early for the holidays to beat the tax but that could leave them with bloated inventories.
Biotech IPO Boom Comes With Side Effects

Biotech IPO Boom Comes With Side Effects

Biotech stocks are hot tickets once again on Wall Street and that is bringing a wave of initial public offerings. The risk is the high demand for these companies is offset by a wave of new supply.
Netflix's Intermission Was Long Overdue

Netflix's Intermission Was Long Overdue

The streaming company’s market value has become too rich, despite strong growth.
Big Tech's Growth Comes With a Big Bill

Big Tech's Growth Comes With a Big Bill

Tech giants like Amazon, Apple and Google are delivering above-average growth, but the cost of staying competitive is rising more.
Why Tapping the U.S. Oil Reserve Is an Awful Idea

Why Tapping the U.S. Oil Reserve Is an Awful Idea

Using the reserve to curb summer pump prices at a time the economy is booming and midterm elections loom would be a strategic blunder, leaving the country exposed in the event of an actual oil
Growth Still Trumps Politics for Markets

Growth Still Trumps Politics for Markets

For fans of high political drama, recent months have been packed with excitement. For markets, not so much. In the battle between economics and politics, faith in growth still has the upper hand for
The Real Growth Numbers to Watch in China

The Real Growth Numbers to Watch in China

A sharp slowdown in investment and contracting shadow-banking credit are reliable signs of difficulties ahead for China.
The Netflix Squeeze

The Netflix Squeeze

Netflix has had an astonishing year. Its shares surpassed $400, up 110% since January, and it was nominated for 112 Emmy Awards, more than any other television network, including HBO, which had held
Fear of Missing Out Drives Stock Performance

Fear of Missing Out Drives Stock Performance

Fear of being left behind is a powerful force among fund managers, even if it means taking big risks.