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Beijing Paddles Hard as a Bear Market Threatens

Beijing Paddles Hard as a Bear Market Threatens

Chinese stocks are down nearly 20% from their most recent high. Beijing has to balance its desire for market stability with a need to keep up the impression of calm.
For Investors, Europe is Back to Muddling Through

For Investors, Europe is Back to Muddling Through

Confidence can more easily be lost than won. After 2017’s strong growth and political calm brought hopes that Europe was finally turning a post-crisis page, 2018 is back to unfinished business.
CEO Loss Forces Intel to Face Its Future

CEO Loss Forces Intel to Face Its Future

The surprise resignation of Intel’s CEO means the chip maker needs to deal with longer-term challenges now.
Come Back for Seconds at Olive Garden Parent

Come Back for Seconds at Olive Garden Parent

Darden Restaurants has had a successful turnaround, but its shares remain attractive in an industry that has some positive economic tailwinds.
Kroger Spends Money to Make Money

Kroger Spends Money to Make Money

U.S. grocery giant Kroger is investing in meal kits, online delivery and more to keep up with consumer trends.
Beauty Stocks' Rise Is Looking Increasingly Cosmetic

Beauty Stocks' Rise Is Looking Increasingly Cosmetic

Chinese shoppers have boosted the likes of Estée Lauder and Shiseido, but investors should remember fashions can be fickle.
Japan's Yen: A Currency for All Seasons?

Japan's Yen: A Currency for All Seasons?

It’s been a stormy 2018 for markets, with volatility returning, trade tensions ratcheting higher and global growth proving less solid than expected. Investors looking for the financial equivalent of
Comcast Isn't Done Yet

Comcast Isn't Done Yet

Disney’s higher bid for Fox won’t keep Comcast from fighting back with more cash, but there are limits for both suitors.
Why Home Prices Have Nowhere to Go But Up

Why Home Prices Have Nowhere to Go But Up

There are a lot of people who would like to buy a house, and plenty of them can afford to. Finding a house to buy? That is another issue.
Oracle's Cloud Thickens

Oracle's Cloud Thickens

The good news it that Oracle’s cloud business continues to grow. The bad news is that investors will now have to just take the company’s word for it.
Why Disney Can Afford to Pay More for Fox

Why Disney Can Afford to Pay More for Fox

Disney’s blockbuster track record, along with some unique quirks of comic book history, explain why it can top Comcast’s bid for 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets.
What Xiaomi's Dropped Listing Says About Chinese Markets

What Xiaomi's Dropped Listing Says About Chinese Markets

The saga to do with Xiaomi’s IPO homecoming has highlighted one peculiar, but rather crucial, feature of the Chinese stock market: It isn’t really a market.
The Other Yield Curve Investors Should Watch as Trouble Mounts

The Other Yield Curve Investors Should Watch as Trouble Mounts

Escalating trade tensions have helped push the U.S. Treasury yield curve to its flattest in more than a decade. But another curve deserves attention—and it is getting steeper.
Xiaomi Will Have to Dial Down Valuation Hopes

Xiaomi Will Have to Dial Down Valuation Hopes

The tech company has postponed plans for a mainland Chinese listing—a blow to its hopes of a high valuation.
Can't Anyone Here Cook Anymore?

Can't Anyone Here Cook Anymore?

Delivery apps like Grubhub, meal kits and takeout are a rising threat to supermarkets like Kroger and Walmart and packaged food companies like Kraft Heinz
Ignore the OPEC Drama, More Oil Is Coming

Ignore the OPEC Drama, More Oil Is Coming

OPEC is back to its squabbling ways. But investors who are bidding up oil prices in the expectation of a split are misunderstanding both the history of the cartel and the current state of the oil
Big Banks Could Use More Excitement

Big Banks Could Use More Excitement

Trading revenue is likely to disappoint in the second quarter, despite a rise in market turbulence.
When Past Performance Actually Is a Guide to Future Results

When Past Performance Actually Is a Guide to Future Results

Past performance isn’t necessarily a guide to the future. Investors in public stock markets and mutual funds have heard this for years, and academics have shown it to be true. But it isn’t so in
Big Tech Already Has the Best Show in Town

Big Tech Already Has the Best Show in Town

Tech companies have shown they don’t need to own large media agencies to establish a strong presence in the business.
Apple's Display Plan Won't Give Screen Makers Much Relief

Apple's Display Plan Won't Give Screen Makers Much Relief

The iPhone maker is delaying its full transition to a new screen technology, but that won’t help most Asian manufacturers for long.