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WSJ World Markets
Oct 08, 2018

Emerging Markets Look to Contain Damage
As Pakistan starts bailout talks with the IMF this week, many developing nations have taken steps to limit fallout from weakening currencies and rising interest rates in the U.S.

WSJ World Markets
Oct 08, 2018

Yields on Italian Bonds Hit 4½ Year High on Budget Concerns
Investors continued to sell off Italian government bonds as the country's populist government clashed with the European Union over budget targets.

WSJ World Markets
Oct 08, 2018

After Golden Week, Chinese Stocks Lose Shine on Investor Pessimism
Chinese stocks suffered their worst day in more than three months, as traders and investors returned from a weeklong national holiday and caught up to a global selloff that has dragged down many emerging markets.

WSJ World Markets
Jul 09, 2018

Former Goldman Banker Is in 1MDB Plea Talks
A former Goldman Sachs banker is talking with U.S. prosecutors about potentially pleading guilty to charges stemming from alleged fraud at a Malaysian state investment fund, people familiar with the matter say.

WSJ World Markets
Jul 09, 2018

Emerging Markets Fight Back to Bolster Currencies
Central banks in some emerging market economies have started to spend down a $6 trillion stash of foreign reserves to contain currency declines.

WSJ World Markets
Jul 04, 2018

Yuan Reverses Course, Rises Against Dollar
The Chinese currency surged against the dollar on Wednesday, continuing a recovery that began the previous afternoon after China's central bank chief pledged to keep the exchange rate "basically stable."

WSJ World Markets
Jul 03, 2018

U.S. Trade Tensions Send Yuan Sliding, Challenging China
The yuan's slide is testing Beijing as it grapples with a looming trade war, putting China under pressure to revive the type of interventions used in the past.

WSJ World Markets
Jul 03, 2018

Tumbling Yuan Challenges China's Central Bank
The yuan's rapid slide is posing a new test for Beijing as it grapples with a looming trade war, putting the central bank under pressure to revive the kind of interventions undertaken in the past to defend the currency's value.

WSJ World Markets
Jul 03, 2018

Malaysia 1MDB Task Force Freezes $270 Million in Bank Accounts
A task force investigating the multibillion-dollar scandal that has engulfed the state fund says the more than 400 frozen accounts are believed to have links to misappropriation and misuse of 1MDB funds.

WSJ World Markets
Jul 02, 2018

China's Currency Just Hit Its Weakest Point Against the Dollar in Almost a Year
The gap between the yuan's value in mainland China and trading hubs like Hong Kong has started to widen, a sign that foreign investors who can access the offshore market could be growing more bearish on the Chinese currency.

WSJ World Markets
Jul 02, 2018

Malaysian Firm Plans to Ride Higher Oil Prices With $750 Million IPO
Malaysia's largest oil and gas services company is planning to list its exploration and production unit to take advantage of the recent surge in global oil prices.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 21, 2018

Asian Stocks End Ugly Week With China On The Edge of a Bear Market
Most Asian stock markets dropped again Friday, following a fall in U.S. equities the day before, with the impact of trade tensions between the American and Chinese governments worrying investors. Japan's Nikkei 225 fell 0.7% despite better-than-expected Japanese manufacturing data. China's Shanghai Composite Index dropped 0.2%.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 21, 2018

How to Trade a Trade War
Markets are still waking up to the idea that trade battles are more than a sideshow. Investors who think China won't back down still have plenty of opportunity to get out. They also have a problem: get out of what, exactly?

WSJ World Markets
Jun 21, 2018

Deutsche Bank Breaks Up Its Global Corporate-Strategy Group
Deutsche Bank AG's global corporate-strategy team is being dismantled and the executive who runs it, Ali Almakky, is leaving that role, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 21, 2018

Why a U.S.-China Trade War Could Pay Off Down Under
Asian stocks were mixed, though many of the region's moves were muted. Japan's Nikkei 225 index rose 0.8%, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng index lost 0.3%. But Australian stocks are on a tear.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Central Bank Leaders Warn Trade Conflicts Could Damage Global Economy
Leaders of the world's top central banks warned that escalating trade conflicts could ricochet through financial markets and hurt the world economy, potentially prolonging the era of ultralow interest rates.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Deutsche Bank to Pay $205 Million in N.Y. Currency-Trading Probe
New York's financial-services regulator said it fined Deutsche Bank $205 million over allegations it sought to manipulate currency prices and mislead clients.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Saudi Arabia's Stock Exchange Boosted Ahead of Aramco IPO
Saudi Arabia's economy is set to draw tens of billions of dollars in foreign investment after gaining recognition as an emerging market from index compiler MSCI.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Argentina to Join Emerging Markets Index By MSCI
MSCI returned Argentina to emerging market status for the first time in nearly a decade, a move that is expected to provide a much-needed boost to the beleaguered country.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Emerging Market Currencies Rebound
Emerging market currencies rebounded against the dollar Wednesday, as some investors locked in gains after a sharp selloff.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

S&P 500 Gains After Trade Selloff
U.S. stocks stabilized a day after trade tensions rattled markets around the world.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Stocks Steady After Trade Selloff
U.S. stocks stabilized after escalating worries about U.S.-China trade relations triggered a selloff in the previous session.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Stocks Little Changed After Trade Selloff
U.S. stocks stabilized after escalating worries about U.S.-China trade relations triggered a selloff in the previous session.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Stocks Recover From Trade Selloff
Stocks around the world recovered most of their losses after escalating worries about U.S.-China trade relations triggered a steep selloff in the previous session.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

Investors Worry About China Devaluing the Yuan, but the Currency is Rising
The prospect that China would use currency devaluation to retaliate against any escalations of U.S. tariffs loomed in the aftermath of a sharp drop in the country's stock markets. But one gauge of the Chinese currency's strength indicates no efforts to devalue this year.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

GE Drops Out of the Dow After More Than a Century
General Electric will drop out of the Dow Jones Industrial Average next week, a milestone in the decline of a firm that once ranked among the mightiest of U.S. blue-chips.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 20, 2018

These Stocks Have Left Amazon Behind This Year
Shares of retailers are enjoying their biggest rally in years, an unexpected turnaround fueled by strong earnings, buoyant consumer confidence and a nationwide shopping spree.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 19, 2018

Trade Fears Send Shiver Through Asian Markets
Asian stocks dropped on Tuesday. Markets in China and Hong Kong notched some of the biggest stock declines in the region after they were closed for a holiday the previous day. Worries about the trade relationship between the world's two largest economies have come and gone all year. Right now, they're hitting markets hard.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 18, 2018

Dollar Rises Against Emerging-Market Currencies
The dollar rose against several emerging-market currencies Monday, as investors weighed the impact of tightening monetary policy in the U.S. and an intensifying trade dispute with China.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 11, 2018

HSBC CEO Promises to Invest $17 Billion in Technology, Asia Growth
HSBC's new chief executive said the bank is in growth mode and plans to invest up to $17 billion in China and new technologies, but ruled out major acquisitions in the near future.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 11, 2018

France Tightens Bank Capital Requirements
French regulators said they would toughen banks' capital requirements to mitigate the risks of a future credit crunch, an early sign of tighter borrowing conditions emerging across Europe.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 11, 2018

Abraaj Pushed to Restructure $1 Billion Debt
A large creditor of Abraaj Group wants a Cayman Islands court to oversee the debt restructuring of the private-equity firm, adding more legal pressure on a once-rising star of the Middle East investment world.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 05, 2018

Cerberus Bids for Abraaj's Private-Equity Business
Cerberus Capital Management offered $125 million to acquire the private-equity business of embattled Abraaj Group of Dubai, amid a fight with creditors over Abraaj's debt-restructuring plan.

WSJ World Markets
Jun 04, 2018

Cerberus Bids for Abraaj's Private Equity Business
Cerberus Capital Management on Monday offered $125 million to acquire the private-equity business of embattled Abraaj Group of Dubai, people familiar with the matter said, amid a fight with creditors over Abraaj's debt-restructuring plan.

WSJ World Markets
May 30, 2018

Who's Most Vulnerable to Italy's Troubles? Europe's Banks
European banks are facing the return of an all too familiar problem: political panic. That's bad news for their share prices and highlighted that the region's banking system isn't fully fixed from the last crisis.

WSJ World Markets
May 30, 2018

Gross's Janus Unconstrained Bond Fund Drops Sharply
Bill Gross's flagship fund dropped more than 3% Tuesday, an unusually big decline for a bond fund and a sign that casualties are starting to emerge from this week's Italian market shock.

WSJ World Markets
May 30, 2018

Indonesia Raises Interest Rates Again to Stem a Slide in Its Currency
Indonesia's central bank raised its benchmark interest rate for the second time in two weeks, the latest attempt by an emerging market country to tame the impact of a stronger dollar.

WSJ World Markets
May 30, 2018

Turkish Currency Slide Poses a Political Challenge to Erdogan
A month ahead of elections, the fast-weakening lira has left some voters questioning whether President Recep Tayyip Erdogan knows the way to economic prosperity.

WSJ World Markets
May 30, 2018

Kuwait Pension Fund Tries to Force Abraaj Into Bankruptcy
Kuwait's pension fund is trying to force private-equity firm Abraaj Group into bankruptcy proceedings over allegedly not repaying a $100 million loan, according to a court document, upending efforts to save Dubai's star investor.

WSJ World Markets
May 30, 2018

Rupee's Fall Points to Uncertain Future for Investment in India
The rupee is the worst performing currency in Asia this year, flirting with an all-time low as rising oil prices rewrite the once-shining fundamentals of Asia's third-largest economy. It's just one of the challenges facing Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of elections next year.

WSJ World Markets
May 28, 2018

Two Canadian Banks Report Possible Data Breaches
Bank of Montreal and Simplii Financial reported their customer accounts may have been breached.

WSJ World Markets
May 28, 2018

U.S. Sanctions Target North Korea's Vast International Finance Network
Though North Korea has faced one of modern history's most comprehensive sanction regimes, Pyongyang still raises cash overseas through a sophisticated network of agents tapping markets around the world.

WSJ World Markets
May 28, 2018

Italian Political Crisis Roils Markets
Political turmoil in Italy put markets on edge with Italian bonds and stocks selling off sharply, renewing fears among investors in one of Europe's largest economies.

WSJ World Markets
May 24, 2018

Deutsche Bank to Cut Thousands of Jobs
Deutsche Bank confirmed plans to cut thousands of jobs, and the troubled lender's shares fell sharply following an update on investment-banking strategy.

WSJ World Markets
May 21, 2018

The Euro's Headache: Growth, Not Italian Politics
Italy is back in the headlines and the euro is falling, giving up all its gains and more against the dollar this year. But while the formation of an antiestablishment government in Rome is a headwind, there are bigger forces at work: the currency market has been rethinking the global growth story.

WSJ World Markets
May 17, 2018

Citigroup Fined More Than $7 Million by Hong Kong Regulator
The Securities and Futures Commission said Citigroup hadn't conducted "adequate and reasonable due diligence" on some aspects of the listing of Chinese company Real Gold Mining, for which it acted as sponsor.

WSJ World Markets
May 15, 2018

Argentina Rolls Over Debt, Giving Government Shot of Confidence
Argentina's central bank rolled over billions of dollars in short-term debt, providing President Mauricio Macri's government with a shot of confidence after weeks of economic volatility.

WSJ World Markets
May 15, 2018

U.S. Sanctions Iran's Central Bank Governor, Alleges Hezbollah Ties
The U.S. imposed sanctions on the governor of Iran's central bank and another senior bank official, accusing them of funneling millions of dollars to Hezbollah.

WSJ World Markets
May 15, 2018

More Than 200 China-Listed Stocks to Join MSCI's Indexes
Global index provider MSCI has released a list of more than 200 Chinese stocks that it will include in its key indexes from next month, capping a year-long process that is likely to attract billions of dollars into China's markets.

WSJ World Markets
May 14, 2018

Malaysia Markets Shrug Off Brief Postelection Dip
Only a brief selloff was seen in Malaysian markets Monday, not the slump many feared last week, as domestic investors had their first chance to react since Wednesday's stunning election victory for Mahathir Mohamad's opposition coalition.

WSJ World Markets
May 14, 2018

Lies, Damn Lies and Inflation
In the U.S. and Europe, the central banks have been taking radically different monetary approaches even though the two regions have had similar inflation, job creation and inflation targets. One reason for this is that with no inflation scare in either the U.S. or eurozone, headline numbers matter.

WSJ World Markets
May 14, 2018

Dollar Rises Against Latin American Currencies
The Argentine peso hit fresh lows against the dollar Monday, as concerns grew over $30 billion in local debt set to mature this week.

WSJ World Markets
May 14, 2018

Malaysia Markets Shrug Off Brief Post-Election Dip
Only a brief selloff was seen in Malaysian markets Monday, not the slump many feared last week, as domestic investors had their first chance to react since Wednesday's stunning election victory for Mahathir Mohamad's opposition coalition.

WSJ World Markets
May 14, 2018

Asian Stocks Near 2-Month High as Malaysia's Markets Topsy-Turvy
Malaysian markets re-opened after new Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's stunning upset in the country's elections, renewing volatility in its stocks, bonds and currency. U.S. President Donald Trump, meanwhile, said he'll help Chinese telecom giant ZTE Corp. "get back into business, fast."

WSJ World Markets
May 13, 2018

Post-Election Malaysia Markets Are Volatile
Malaysian stocks turned positive after opening nearly 3% lower as markets opened for the first time since the stunning election victory for Mahathir Mohamad's opposition coalition last week.

WSJ World Markets
May 09, 2018

RBS in $4.9 Billion U.S. Settlement Over Mortgage-Backed Securities
Royal Bank of Scotland Group has agreed in principle to pay a $4.9 billion penalty to settle a U.S. Justice Department investigation about the bank's issuance of residential mortgage-backed securities.

WSJ World Markets
May 09, 2018

Seeking IMF Aid Brings Argentina Relief---And Political Challenges
Argentine President Mauricio Macri's decision to turn to the International Monetary Fund has likely bought the country time to stabilize a financial crisis. But the move comes with a large political cost for Mr. Macri by tying the economy to an institution that is widely disliked in Argentina.

WSJ World Markets
May 09, 2018

Trump Adds Volatility to Emerging-Market Currencies
Emerging market currencies were volatile as President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal added to the woes of markets already pressured by the rising dollar.

WSJ World Markets
May 09, 2018

In a Dollarized World, Rising Dollar Spells Pain
The latest emerging market tumult exposes a critical fault line in the global economy: the dollar's dominance.

WSJ World Markets
May 07, 2018

Samsung Securities Seeks Charges Against Some Employees Over 'Fat Finger' Mistake
Samsung Securities said it intends to file a criminal lawsuit against employees who sold shares the company mistakenly issued last month during a "fat finger" incident, citing "moral hazard" issues.

WSJ World Markets
May 07, 2018

BlackRock to Sell Stake in Indian Joint Venture to DSP
BlackRock, the world's largest money manager, said Monday it has agreed to sell its stake in its Indian joint venture to its partner DSP Group.

WSJ World Markets
May 07, 2018

Australian Bank to Stop Basing Adviser Bonuses on Sales
As a judicial investigation of Australia's financial industry proceeds, one of the country's biggest banks, ANZ, has scrapped sales-based bonuses for its financial planners and vowed to drop planners who provide inappropriate advice.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 30, 2018

JPMorgan Returns to Indonesia's Good Graces
Indonesia is reappointing JPMorgan Chase as a primary dealer of government bonds almost a year and a half after the U.S. bank was kicked out of the business over a negative research report.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 30, 2018

Investors Cool a Bit on Big Hong Kong IPO
Tech stocks' global struggles and U.S.-China trade tensions may have cooled enthusiasm for what some said could have been one of Hong Kong's hottest-ever IPOs, of Ping An Insurance's health-care and technology unit.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 29, 2018

China Cracks Open Door for Foreign Fund Managers
Beijing will give foreign money managers greater access to raise funds from domestic investors as part of an awaited relaxation in securities rules that analysts say is likely to benefit larger overseas fund managers.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 27, 2018

Final Greek Bailout Talks Kick Off
A final round of diplomacy meant to smooth Greece's exit from eight years of bailouts has started, as eurozone finance ministers push to ensure Athens doesn't backslide on promised reforms.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 26, 2018

Ex-HSBC Executive Sentenced to Two Years Following 'Front-Running' Conviction
Former high-ranking HSBC Holdings PLC executive Mark Johnson was sentenced to two years in prison, following his conviction last fall on charges that he misused confidential information about a client's $3.5 billion currency trade to make millions of dollars for the bank.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 26, 2018

To Spot the Next Financial Crisis, Look Who Was Spared by the Last One
Countries that escaped the financial crisis have been going on borrowing binges that risk them being victims of any credit squeeze resulting from rising U.S. interest rates.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 26, 2018

Deutsche Bank Retreats as New CEO Extols 'Immediate Action'
Deutsche Bank, beaten down by lagging performance, will retreat from trading and lending businesses while asking investors for faith that its new chief executive can succeed where others have failed.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 24, 2018

Senators Ask Banks for Information on Accounts Linked to Putin Allies
Two senior Senate Democrats have asked a number of large banks to turn over information about accounts and assets controlled by a group of Russian elites who have been designated by the U.S. Treasury Department for possible sanctions.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 24, 2018

China Stocks Trail Global Rivals as Debt Crackdown and Trade War Loom
Chinese stocks have emerged as the worst performer among major global equity markets this year, with Beijing's battle against the country's high debt levels and the threat of a U.S.-China trade war renewing doubts about the outlook for the world's second-largest economy.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 24, 2018

China Stocks Lag Global Rivals as Debt Crackdown and Trade War Loom
Chinese stocks have emerged as the worst performer among major global equity markets this year, with Beijing's battle against the country's high debt levels and the threat of a U.S.-China trade war renewing doubts about the outlook for the world's second-largest economy.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 19, 2018

Hong Kong's Bill for Defending Its Peg Is $6.5 Billion and Counting
The Hong Kong dollar has been mostly depreciating against its U.S. counterpart since the beginning of last year, driven by a wide gap between U.S. and Hong Kong interest rates.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 17, 2018

Economic Officials Optimistic on World Growth, Despite Trade Tensions
Economic policy makers gathering in Washington are sticking to optimistic global growth forecasts in the face of growing risks, foremost being trade tensions that have unsettled financial markets.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 17, 2018

China to Release $200 Billion for Banks With Cut in Reserve Requirement
The central bank will reduce by 1 percentage point the amount of reserves commercial banks are required to hold, freeing up funds for banks to lend and repay short-term loans and signaling fresh worries about slowing momentum for economic growth.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 17, 2018

India Tries to Cool Cash-Shortage Concerns
With a cash shortage in parts of India reviving memories of the great currency squeeze of 2016, authorities sought to allay concerns, saying the problem is limited to pockets of the country and would be fixed soon.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 16, 2018

Russia's Cheap Stocks Show What 'Value' Misses
Russian stocks are cheap on every measure. But the cheapness shows up the trouble with simple "value" strategies.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 16, 2018

If You're a Chinese Stock With Hainan in Your Name, Monday Was a Good Day
Shares of companies with the word "Hainan" in their names surged Monday—an otherwise down day for Chinese stocks—after President Xi Jinping pledged that the country's Hainan province would become a free-trade zone.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 16, 2018

The Surprising Winners in Stormy Markets
It has been a rough ride this year for many of 2017's winning trades. But one region is weathering the market storm relatively well: Southern Europe.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 15, 2018

What's Sucking the Air Out of Gold's Rallies?
Gold prices are locked in a tug of war, with investors piling in during periods of political stress only to pull out when interest rates look poised to rise.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 15, 2018

Bond Investors Punish Russian Companies After U.S. Sanctions
U.S. sanctions on certain Russian oligarchs and firms are rippling across the economy, threatening to punish more than a dozen other Russian companies that need to refinance $22.8 billion in international bonds over the next 18 months.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 13, 2018

ECB Worried About Trade Wars, Euro's Strength at March Meeting
The European Central Bank is fretting about the risk of trade wars and a stronger euro just as data suggest the eurozone's long-awaited economic recovery is losing speed.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 12, 2018

Hong Kong Monetary Authority Defends Currency's Dollar Peg for Second Time This Week
Hong Kong's de facto central bank said it bought 2.44 billion Hong Kong dollars and sold US$311 million early Friday, in order to prevent the financial hub's currency from weakening beyond its permitted trading range.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 12, 2018

Global Banks Face Chill of Russian Sanctions
Six months ago, Russia's En Group listed on the London Stock Exchange, cheered on by big-name banks. Today, many of those banks are racing to disentangle themselves following the latest wave of U.S. sanctions.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 12, 2018

Qatar, Under Pressure from Saudi Arabia, Raises Billions in Foreign Debt
Qatar moved to raise billions of dollars from foreign investors, days after Saudi Arabia surprised investors with a sale of $11 billion in bonds, as it wrestles with economic pressure from a trade boycott engineered by its neighbors.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 12, 2018

Hong Kong Dollar Hits Trading-Band Floor
One of the longest-running relationships in global currency markets is under threat. The Hong Kong dollar hit the weakest level against its U.S. counterpart that is permitted under the rules of a peg between the two currencies first implemented in 1983.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 12, 2018

Why Emerging-Market Stocks Are Outperforming the U.S.
Emerging-market stocks are outperforming their U.S. counterparts this year, the latest sign investor appetite for risk remains robust despite rising trade tensions.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 11, 2018

China Takes Step Toward Opening Its Financial Markets to the World
China has pledged to launch a stock trading link between Shanghai and London by the end of this year, taking a fresh step toward opening up its financial markets and providing the U.K. with a vote of confidence ahead of Brexit.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 09, 2018

Bank of Japan Chief Warns of Trade-War Fallout
Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda opened his new five-year term with a warning about the impact of a U.S.-China trade fight, saying the world has become more connected and many countries could be affected.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 09, 2018

After Zimbabwe Strongman's Fall, a Pledge to Investors
"Zimbabwe is open for business," says new President Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose efforts to overhaul a dilapidated economy have secured billions of dollars in foreign investment commitments. Other investors are waiting to see what happens next.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 09, 2018

Europe's Boom Reawakens the Ghost of Crisis Past: Debt
Economic optimism, low interest rates and fierce banking competition have pushed private-sector lending to its highest level since the financial crisis. That would be good if it wasn't for the region's already high debt.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 09, 2018

U.S. Sanctions Take a Toll on Russian Markets
Russian markets convulsed in the wake of new U.S. sanctions, as the ruble tumbled and domestic and foreign investors dumped Russian stocks.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 09, 2018

Saudi Arabia's Tiny Exchange Prepares to Host World's Biggest IPO
Saudi Arabia's stock exchange is the only confirmed home for oil giant Aramco when it goes public. The possible largest-ever IPO has the potential to overwhelm an exchange whose holdings are valued less than Apple.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 05, 2018

Emerging Markets Hang on the Fate of Silicon Valley
Technology shares now dominate emerging markets like commodities once did, leaving those indexes even more exposed than U.S. benchmarks to selloffs in the sector.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 05, 2018

South Korea Detains Cryptocurrency Executives on Embezzlement Allegations
South Korean prosecutors detained the heads of two cryptocurrency exchanges for allegedly embezzling customers' assets, the latest in a string of enforcement actions tied to suspected malfeasance in the country's bitcoin market.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 04, 2018

Spotify's IPO in New York Puts European Tech Sector in Spotlight
The market has spoken: Europe is home to the globe's newest tech giant. Sweden's Spotify Technology burst onto the public markets this week in New York, heartening news for European tech and its potential startups.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 04, 2018

Abu Dhabi Investor Takes Stake in Venture Capital Firm 500 Startups
A United Arab Emirates-based investment company said it is taking a large minority stake in 500 Startups, the first time the Silicon Valley startup accelerator's parent has accepted outside funding.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 03, 2018

So Far So Good: Financial Firms Commit to London Despite Brexit Concerns
Two years after the U.K. vote to exit from the EU set off alarms in the London office market that tenants and investors would flee the city, the market is proving to be surprisingly resilient.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 02, 2018

U.S. Pork Producers, Fruit Growers Brace for China Tariffs
The escalating trade tensions between Beijing and Washington have pulled America's farmers and agricultural exporters into the melee.

WSJ World Markets
Apr 02, 2018

Cobalt Extends Roaring 2017 Run, Fueled by Use in Batteries, Computer Chips
The metal is one of this year's best-performing assets, surging more than 20% and outpacing other commodities.

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