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WSJ World Markets
Feb 14, 2018

China's Insurers Try Novel Approach to Elderly Care: Building Retirement Homes
China's insurers have offered an ever-widening range of financial products to help beat rapid aging in the world's second-largest economy. Now, some of them are building high-end retirement homes.

WSJ World Markets
Feb 14, 2018

Credit Suisse Sees Green Shoots Despite Taking U.S. Tax Hit
Credit Suisse posted its third-straight annual loss as the U.S. corporate-tax overhaul erased what would have been a healthy return to profit for the Swiss banking giant.

WSJ World Markets
Feb 12, 2018

Deutsche Bank to Pay $4.4 Million Over Traders Who Misled
Deutsche Bank AG agreed to pay more than $4.4 million to settle regulatory claims that it failed to supervise traders who misled customers about the price of commercial mortgage bonds.

WSJ World Markets
Feb 08, 2018

Emerging Markets Hang Tough During Global Selloff
Wild price swings this week upended stocks and bonds around the globe, but some of the historically most volatile markets are holding up better-than-expected compared with past global selloffs.

WSJ World Markets
Feb 07, 2018

SoftBank in Talks to Buy Nearly a Third of Swiss Re
SoftBank Group is in advanced talks to buy a stake in reinsurance giant Swiss Re that could be worth $10 billion or more, in the latest example of the Japanese conglomerate's soaring ambitions.

WSJ World Markets
Jan 31, 2018

Last Year's Market Nightmare Is 2018's Italian Yawn
Italian assets have rallied and outperformed European peers, thanks in part to the country's expanding economy and shrinking unemployment, soothing investor concern.

WSJ World Markets
Jan 24, 2018

Mexico to Auction 37 Oil Blocks in July
The Mexican government unveiled plans to offer 37 onshore oil blocks in a July auction, which the Energy Ministry estimates could drum up about $3.3 billion in investment.

WSJ World Markets
Jan 24, 2018

World Bank Chief Economist Paul Romer Resigns
World Bank Chief Economist Paul Romer has resigned, according to a memo viewed by The Wall Street Journal.

WSJ World Markets
Jan 23, 2018

As Markets and Growth Steam Ahead, Signs of Caution Emerge
The world economy is accelerating and the financial markets are going gangbusters. But there is an undertone of anxiety among delegates at the annual meeting in Davos.

WSJ World Markets
Jan 21, 2018

Listed Chinese Firms Bought $192 Billion Worth of Opaque Products in 2017
Chinese companies are buying more high-yielding investment products that are sold by banks to raise funds and boost lending, a potentially troubling sign for China''s debt-fueled economy.

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