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WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 19, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Index Funds, Exchange Challenge, Playing Nice
Index funds are the new kings of Wall Street; exchanges are challenging ultrafast traders for mom-and-pop stock orders, and playing nice is one of today's most prized leadership qualities.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 18, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Real Estate Disruption, Wealthy Women, Teacher Trouble
Colony Capital is responding to the impact new technologies are having on commercial real-estate cash flow; wealthy women are urged to use their money to do good, and what to do if your child's teacher isn't a good fit.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 17, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Junk Debt, Mortgage Bonds, Utah Tourism
Junk debt is sending early warning signs; U.S. banks are warming to the mortgage bonds that blew up during the financial crisis of 2008, and Utah's campaign to attract visitors to its state parks got an overwhelming response.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 16, 2019

Saudi Arabia Races to Restore Output—Energy Journal
Aramco faces its biggest test in years. The state-owned oil giant is mobilizing Monday to restore its hobbled energy infrastructure, ahead of a key public update it has promised later in the day. Officials over the weekend told the Journal they hope to restore as much as a third of the nearly six million barrels […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 16, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Fickle Markets, Opioid Reckoning, Parental Advice
How to factor fickle markets into your portfolio; the opioid reckoning hits money managers, and the financial advice handed down by parents is kind of wrong.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 13, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Oil Industry, Aramco IPO, Teaching Hotels
Shale drillers may be suffering, but investors have punished the stocks that service them too much; big U.S. investment banks crowd into the Aramco initial public offering, and guests are part of the lesson plan at teaching hotels.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 12, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Global Currencies, Cheap Stocks, Married Money
The drop in value of global currencies is bruising investors; hunting for cheap stocks is back in favor, and combining finances after marriage can be a drawn out process.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 11, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Corporate Bond Rush, Ford's Junk Status, Little Italy Festival
The investor rush to corporate bonds reflects cautious optimism; Moody's cuts Ford Motor's bond rating to junk status, and New York's Little Italy is shrinking but still big on local flavor.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 10, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Hunt for Yield, Fracking Buzzwords, Winery Amusements
Falling interest rates have pushed money into corporate bonds and more gains may be had; shale drillers change their language as the industry tries to reassure investors, and wineries seek to satisfy younger vacationers who want increasingly unique experiences.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 09, 2019

OPEC Meets, With New Saudi Oil Minister In Charge—Energy Journal
It's Deja Vu All Over Again as OPEC Aims to Sustain Oil Prices OPEC members will face a familiar question when they meet in Abu Dhabi Thursday: Can they shore up wobbly global oil prices? They'll do so with a new face at the head of the table: Over the weekend, Riyadh replaced the country's […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 09, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Negative Yield Bonds, Reinsurer Risks, Trump Rally Fans
Who is buying the negative-yielding bonds that are swelling in number outside of the U.S.?; reinsurers face depressed returns, and on the road with Trump's rally diehards.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 06, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Goldman Sachs, Precious Metals, College Benefit
At least a dozen Goldman Sachs partners are negotiating their exits from the firm; precious metals are enjoying a resurgence amid a negative-yield environment, and students seek colleges that give more bang for the buck.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 05, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Market Doom, U.S. Bank Dominance, Free MBA
Trying to understand how the sense of dread that has driven bond yields lower hasn't infected stocks more broadly; how U.S. banks took over the world, and a free M.B.A. sometimes isn't enough to lure students.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 04, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Thin Liquidity, Pot Plays, Cellphones in School
As summer wanes, assets from stocks and bonds to currencies and derivatives are hard to trade; fertilizer and real estate stocks might be the best play in the pot industry, and parents are causing cell phone trouble for schools.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Sep 03, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: ETFs Grab Trading, Retirement Account Risks, Business Trip Troubles
ETFs have excelled in grabbing trading; the little differences between 401 (K)s and IRAs can cost money, and all the ways things can go wrong on business trips.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 30, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Hunt for Yield, Veeva Valuation, Travel Apps
Foreign investors pile into America's stocks and bonds at fastest pace in about a year; strong growth and rare profits make Veeva's stock worth the sky-high valuation, and apps for business travelers.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 29, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Market Gyrations, Target Shares Rally, Airbnb in the Hamptons
Investors fear greater turbulence—and fewer havens— ahead when all markets moves in tandem; Target's stock in on track to be the best performer for the month, and Airbnb is making gains in the Hamptons summer business.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 28, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Pound Fears, Tech Buyback, Shanghai Disneyland
Investors betting against the British pound fear a reversal; buyback season isn't over for all big tech firms, and visitors to the theme park in China are balking at not being allowed to bring their own food inside.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 27, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Big Tech, Banking Alliance, Female Advisers
Big tech shares lose their luster; Deutsche Bank and UBS explore European banking alliance, and clients want to work with female advisers.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 26, 2019

Oil Gains on Tentative U.S.-China Trade Talks—Energy Journal
The smoke is clearing. After a series of salvos escalated tensions in the U.S.-China trade war last week, President Trump said China called U.S. officials on Sunday and asked to return to the negotiating table, reports Rebecca Ballhaus. U.S. futures tied to the S&P, which were briefly negative, turned positive following Mr. Trump's comments. Oil […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 26, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Adviser Side Jobs, National Debt Worries, Luxury Ranch Sales
Financial advisers across the U.S. have a new side hustle: college counseling; UBS faces client backlash over options strategy that resulted in $60 million in losses, and baby boomers are leaving behind a trail of luxury ranches.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 23, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Facebook Bank, Home Management, Ethiopian Highlands
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency aims to bring financial services to millions who don't use banks; the demand for household and estate managers is growing, and Ethiopia's highlands offer a view f ancient stone churches.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 22, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bank Bonds, Share Buybacks, Homework Battles
Strong demand for banks bonds is an encouraging sign as financial stocks suffer; U.S. firms are repurchasing shares at the slowest pace in 18 months, and ways to get kids to do their homework.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 21, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Junk Bonds, Bank Compliance, Adult Recess
Debt investors are shying away from junk bonds; regulators ease proprietary-trading compliance for big banks, and adults are reliving their playground memories.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 20, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Safe-Haven Buying, Shareholder Best Practice, Sharks Are Everywhere
Investors rush into safe-haven assets as growth fears persist; leaders of some of America's biggest firms says decision making doesn't have to revolve around what's best for shareholders, and Cape Cod is overrun by sharks.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 19, 2019

New Complications for U.S. and Iran After Oil Ship's Release—Energy Journal
As the Iranian tanker impounded by Gibraltar leaves the overseas British territory, it exits one tangled mess and sails into a set of new complications. Gibraltar impounded the tanker, formerly known as Grace 1 and renamed the Adrian Darya 1, on allegations that it was bound to deliver oil in Syria, a violation of European […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 19, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bond Rally, Gold ETFs, Home Buying
Some investors are betting that the flight to bonds is overdone; investors flock to gold exchange-traded funds as a safe-haven asset, and active players in the real-estate market offer their best strategies for buying smart.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 16, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bond Market Panic, Bleak Earnings Outlook, Quiet Vacation
Bonds are now just as good a place to be if you like to bet on big price moves; the earnings outlook for large firms looks bleak, and European tour holidays without all those tourists.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 15, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Playing Market Swings, Picking CFOs, Visiting Portland, Maine
Money managers describe how they are playing swings in the market; more U.S. firms are picking chief financial offices from outside of the company, and a trip to Portland, Maine offers much more than lobster rolls.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 14, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: LiquidityEdge, War on Plastic, Haunted Baby Monitors
MarketAxess buys LiquidityEdge, shares in European packaging companies should benefit from a consumer backlash against plastic, and haunted baby monitors.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 13, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Negative Interest Rates, Volatility, Apple Card
Investors ponder negative interest rates, volatility spreads beyond stocks, and a review of Apple's credit card.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 12, 2019

Aramco Talks: Not Your Typical Earnings Call—Energy Journal
Aramco Talks Financials; It's Not Your Usual Earnings Call The Saudi national oil firm's first-ever earnings call today isn't just another chat with investors. It's an important step in the corporate transformation of the world's most valuable company. Saudi Aramco will go through its half-year earnings with analysts and journalists today at 9 a.m. Eastern. […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 12, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Market Storm, Stressed Teens, Woody Vacation
Investors might find it tricky to find safety in a market scare; stressed teens fret over how much to relax during the summer, and taking a road trip vacation in a vintage automobile.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 09, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Emerging Markets, Odd Debt Deals, Economics Museum
Investors flee emerging-market stocks and currencies amid trade conflict; private-equity firms turn to a complex type of debt to dress up their companies, and a chic economics museum opens in Paris.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 08, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Muni Bond Rush, Softbank Megafund, Luxury Real Estate
New tax laws are driving more Americans into muni bonds; Softbank's new technology megafund will add more money to burn in that sector, and tax dodging is making June a record month for luxury real estate.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 07, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Luxury Investors, Pension Funds, Millennial Weddings
A weaker yuan threatens the growth hopes of Europe's top luxury brands; Americas pension funds are falling short of projected returns, and millennials are veering away from traditional wedding ceremonies.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 06, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Low-Volatility Funds, Persian Gulf Debt, Grandparent Payments
Low-volatility funds are proving popular with cautious investors; U.S. banks are cashing in on Persian Gulf debt, and the three ways grandparents can help pay for college.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 05, 2019

Lower Crude and Gas Prices Take Toll on Big Oil Profits—Energy Journal
It's a tough time to be a Big Oil CEO. The world's largest energy companies posted second-quarter earnings last week that largely missed expectations, in part because oil and gas prices are down compared with a year ago. The results suggest one of chief executives' biggest undertakings in recent years—efforts to reshape their companies and […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 05, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Low Rates, Wells Fargo Vendors, Mountain Bike Vacations
Lower interest rates doesn't mean investors should rush to buy stocks; Wells Fargo seeks refunds from technology vendors, and mountain bike vacations are becoming more enticing.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 02, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: RIA Silent Partner, Coffee Prices, French Vacations
Kudu Investment touts itself as a silent, permanent capital partner to registered investment advisers; coffee prices have their worst month in more than two years, and travelers in France returning from holiday collide with those heading out.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Aug 01, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Playing the Fed, Capital One's Reputation, Disaster Opportunities
Investors find ways to platy the Fed's rate cut; Capital One's reputation as a tech-savvy bank take a hit, and taking advantage of natural disasters to find properties on the cheap.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 31, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Goldman and Real Estate, Landlords and Gamers, Wealthy Parents and Teens
Goldman Sachs revives a real-estate fund business that it shut after the steep losses suffered during the financial crisis; retail landlords are looking for esports arcades to attract young people to malls, and wealth parents are transferring guardianship of their college-bound children to others so the teens can get financial aid.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 30, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Chinese Debt, Young Renters, Vacation to Nowhere
Global investors are turning to risky Chinese junk bonds; homeownership rates among young adults is falling, and Americans are paying thousands of dollars to go off the grid on vacation.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 29, 2019

Energy Journal: Crude Wavers as Oil Majors Set to Report Earnings
It's Big Oil week, as majors report their quarterly earnings over the next few days. BP delivers results on Tuesday, Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday, and Chevron and Exxon on Friday. The overriding challenge for large oil companies this period—and into the foreseeable future—will be how well they negotiate the transition to cleaner forms of […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 29, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Adviser Scarcity, Softbank Megafund, Best Pizza
Registered investment advisers are becoming an increasingly scarce resource; SoftBank rolls out a second giant technology firm that attracted Apple as an investor, and sampling the best pizza across the country.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 26, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bond Fund Riches, Morgan Stanley Vault, Retro Mexico Hotel
Investors are pouring money into bond funds at a record pace; Morgan Stanley creates an encrypted vault for wealth-management customers, and a Mexico City hotel with a retro style.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 25, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Muni Market, Falling Yields, Buffett Deal
A few behemoths are increasingly dominating the municipal bond market; the yield on 10-year Treasury inflation-protected securities tumbles, and Warren Buffett's money is a sticking point for investor Carl Icahn.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 24, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Broad Investments, Betterment Banking, Tornado Boss
Investors are piling into everything from haven currencies and gold to asset-backed securities; robo adviser Betterment is offering traditional banking products, and how to handle disruptive leaders.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 23, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Small Cap Stocks, Railroad Troubles, Ireland's Burren
Small company shares fall behind in a sight of economic worry; the railroad industry's problems might portend broader U.S. corporate weakness, and Ireland''s Burren region offers ancient crypts and beautiful gardens.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 22, 2019

U.S. Shale Benefits As Gulf Tensions Rise—Energy Journal
Tensions in the Middle East are revealing the extent of U.S. shale's global influence. In early May, the price of Brent crude—the global benchmark—was around $70 a barrel. Since then, it has fallen roughly 10%. In that time, Iran has stepped up disruptions of tankers in the Persian Gulf, including the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 22, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Direct Lending Opportunity, Cost of Shipping, Wine for Breakfast
Owl Rock's initial public offering for its $6 billion business development firm highlight a niche market's potential; a jump in the index tracking the cost of shipping commodities doesn't spell a growth boom, and deciding when is the appropriate time of day to drink wine.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 19, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Muni Bond Drought, Yacht Owners, Demanding Travelers
Investors seek municipal bonds but issuance is rare; yacht owners ditch life on land for the high seas, and designing a family vacation that will appeal to teens.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 18, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Banking Blues, CFO Retirements, Hamptons Alternative
Results from a trio of big U.S. lenders showed slowing loan growth and declining net interest margins; chief financial officers are retiring at the fastest pace in at least a decade, and a weekend getaway that outshines the Hamptons.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 17, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Corporate Loan Risk, Facebook Cryptocurrency, Vacationing With Tutors
Money managers turn to collateralized loan obligations that can hold the riskiest corporate loans; Facebook's cryptocurrency plans get U.S. government push back, and some families bring tutors along on family vacations.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 16, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Value Investors, High Yield Bonds, Luxury Travel
The dire years have produced plenty of theories on why value hasn't worked of late; some junk bonds are producing negative yields, and Hilton is playing catch-up in the luxury travel market.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 15, 2019

NYC Blackout Highlights Grid Frailty—Energy Journal
From the flow of oil on ships passing through the Persian Gulf to the electric current coursing through wires in Midtown Manhattan, reminders of the fragility of our energy infrastructure are on full display this summer. Engineers in New York City are still busy investigating the root cause of a massive power outage that struck […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 15, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Junk Bond Retreat, Calpers Stumbles, Provence Goes Chic
Skittish investors are selling the riskiest junk bonds; Calpers falls short of its own fiscal 2019 investment goals, and Provence is getting reinvigorated by design-savvy hotels and modern cuisine.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 12, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Robo Advising, ESG Bright Spot, Family Dinner
JPMorgan Chase is getting into robo-advising and it is offering free ETFs to attract investors; money is flowing to investment managers who specialize in socially responsible investing, and family dinner can be a battleground over carbohydrates.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 11, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: RIA Mergers, Japan Buybacks, Cloth Car Seats
The M&A market for registered investment advisers continues to heat up; investors are cheered by a record wave of share buybacks by companies in Japan; and luxury auto makers return to fabric interiors.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 10, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bond ETFs, Wellness Entrepreneur, Home Run Crisis
What investors need to know about bond exchange traded funds; the trick art of being a wellness entrepreneur, and Major League Baseball faces a home run crisis.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 09, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Buying Bonds, Wall Street Pay, Miserable Workers
Some nervous investors are buying bonds even as stocks surge to record levels; banks and financial firms posted disappointing returns but the top Wall Street chiefs got big raises, and some employers are banning weekend and late-night emails to prevent employee burnout.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 08, 2019

OPEC Comes Out Swinging Against Climate Activists—Energy Journal
Activists have lured OPEC's chief into a rare public confrontation. At the tail end of OPEC's recent confab in Vienna, the cartel's secretary general, Mohammad Barkindo, stepped into a heated squabble with climate campaigners, casting them as the oil industry's biggest threat and accusing them of misleading the world about oil's role in climate change. […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 08, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Fed Rate Cuts, Deutsche Bank, Mediterranean Sweet Spots
Where to invest when the Fed cuts rates; Deutsche Bank to exit the global equities and trading business, and the Mediterranean islands that tourist mobs haven't invaded yet.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 05, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Flat Earnings, China Growth, YouTube Fame
Companies in the S&P 500 are expected to report flat earnings in 2Q, China focuses on long-term growth, and the highs and lows of YouTube fame.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 03, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Independent Advisers, Share Buybacks, Hammock Safety
More financial advisers said they would consider striking out on their own within the next year; a decline in share buybacks poses a hurdle for stock markets, and the pros and cons of resting in a hammock.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 02, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Goldman Dividend, Mansion Tax, Surf Vacation
Goldman Sachs could be a new safety stock after raising its dividend; buyers in Manhattan rush to buy expensive homes to avoid higher taxes, and a new high-end resort in El Salavador offers adventure and affordable luxury.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 01, 2019

Live From Vienna: OPEC Hammers Out Deal for Cuts—Energy Journal
Greetings from Vienna, where OPEC and its allies are meeting today and tomorrow to seek consensus on a production deal. It's hard, though, not to feel as if the real epicenter of global oil power lies thousands of miles away—in Washington or Moscow. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are not here. Still, […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 01, 2019

Live From Vienna: OPEC Hammers Out Deal for Cuts—Energy Journal
Greetings from Vienna, where OPEC and its allies are meeting today and tomorrow to seek consensus on a production deal. It's hard, though, not to feel as if the real epicenter of global oil power lies thousands of miles away—in Washington or Moscow. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are not here. Still, […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jul 01, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bank Stock Boost, Libra, Savings Rate Cuts
A wave of dividends and stock buybacks could boost bank stocks, Facebook's new payment system, and Goldman and Ally beat the Fed to a rate cut.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 28, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Russell Rebalancing, Bond Fight, Frequent-Flier Awards
The annual rebalancing of FTSE Russell's widely followed equity indexes is expected to created a flurry of action; a rebellion is brewing in the $9 trillion corporate-bond market, and the best frequent-flier awards programs of 2019.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 27, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Options Traders, Facebook Cryptocurrency, Fancy Restaurants
Options traders are bullish on the stock market rally; Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency could give banks and the dollar some welcome competition, and fancy restaurants offer fancy babysitting choices.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 26, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Defense Stocks, Northern Trust Troubles, Cat Hotels
Investors are playing offense with defense-focused stocks; Northern Trust could be on the hook for losses related to a start investor's risky bets, and pet-friendly hotels are warming to felines.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 25, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Glum Investors, Bond-Yield Plunge, Tech Smart Homes
Investors are glum even with stock markets at all-time highs; bond yields are confounding the world's economies with their decline, and biometric technology is expanding to every corner of homes.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 24, 2019

Trump to Meet China's Xi As Oil Hangs in the Balance—Energy Journal
Enter the dignitaries and diplomats. Tensions between Iran, its Middle East neighbors and the U.S. have grown since Iran's downing of a U.S. drone and recent attacks on tankers near the Strait of Hormuz. A string of critical meetings between heads of state and high-level negotiators over the next several days will determine the direction […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 24, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Gold Prices, Overseas Profits, Risky Executives
The rising price of gold at an almost six-year high prompts worries; U.S. firms bring home more profits from overseas, and the ways corporate executive terrify their shareholders with risky pastimes.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 21, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Exotic Currencies, Investor Land Grab, Detroit Long Weekend
Investors are snapping up exotic currencies amid rising worries over growth and crowd; investor purchases of U.S. homes have climbed to an all-time high, and a guide to Detroit's buzziest restaurants and music clubs.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 20, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bond Investors, Bank Stress, Frequent-Flier Miles
Bond investors get new tools to speed up trading; the stress-test process for banks put in place after the financial crisis is changing, and inheriting a loved ones frequent-flier miles can be difficult.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 19, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Yield in Mongolia, Impact Investing, Private Equity Funds
Private-equity firm Cerberus hunts for yield in Mongolia; Morgan Stanley launches six new impact-investing portfolios, and private equity firms are raising bigger funds with disappointing results.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 18, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Banks Buying Banks, Goldman New Division, Capital Gains Tax
Investors are shunning banks that buy other banks; Goldman Sachs wants to look more like Blackstone, and the tax law around capital gains can be tricky.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 17, 2019

Crude Gets Squeezed in U.S.-Iran Standoff—Energy Journal
The future of oil prices will be decided by how the U.S. and its allies react to new attacks last week on fuel tankers in the Gulf of Oman. So far, the U.S. and Saudi Arabia have blamed Iran, citing unspecified intelligence, but haven't taken military action in response to Thursday's incident, or to attacks […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 17, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Southeast Asia Fund, Tech Investors, Wasting Money
A new Southeast-Asia focused private-equity firm hits the close of its debut fund; tech investors' winner-takes-all mindset doesn't always work in a splintering industry, and the biggest ways people waste money.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 14, 2019

The Score: Sprint, T-Mobile, United Technologies and the Stocks That Made the Week
The Journal's weekly guide to the ups and downs of the business world

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 14, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Safety Stocks, High-End Homes, Vacation Expenses
Utilities and other so-called safety stocks are rising amid market uncertainty; rescuing high-end homes damaged by smoke, soot, water and mold, and figuring out the finances of a joint vacation.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 13, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Women Advisers, Gas Bet, Cramped Flight
Women make great financial advisers but make up less than 15% of advisers; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is betting on natural gas, and Lego struggles to find a plant-based plastic that clicks.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 12, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Social-Investing Apps, Companies Use Crowdsourcing, Student Debt Relief
Startups are targeting millennials with social-investing apps; companies are turning to crowdsourcing to pick the best new ideas, and companies could start offering student-debt relief for employees.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 11, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Trade Dispute, Corporate Cash, Renewables Ascendant
Some fund managers see opportunities for investors from U.S.-China trade dispute; corporate cash supplies drop to a three-year low, and wind and solar funds are beating the bull market.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 10, 2019

Falling Oil Prices And The U.S. Economic Expansion—Energy Journal
In May, U.S. oil prices posted one of their weakest runs since the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. But hidden within the numbers, there's a comforting message for anyone spooked by falling oil prices and what it might mean for the U.S. economy: Markets appear to be overreacting, says Paul Horsnell, head of commodities research […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 10, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Buying the Dips, Photogenic Trader, Cheap Beauty
It may be time for investors to stop worrying and learn to love the boom; hot sauce is having a moment and big food companies are taking notice, and the real difference between cheap and pricey beauty products.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 07, 2019

The Score: Facebook, Fiat Chrysler, Barnes & Noble and the Stocks That Made the Week
The Journal's weekly guide to the ups and downs of the business world

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 07, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Nickel Prices, Young Customers, Mediterranean Island
The price of nickel is rising on expected rising demand from electric-vehicle battery market; JPMorgan scraps a new app service for young people, and a Spanish island that offers enjoyment for parents and kids.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 06, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Bond Rally, Tariff Shock, Istanbul Souvenirs
Stocks look attractive but the bond rally flashes caution; market turmoil over mounting U.S. tariffs could give a 1970s shock to the economy, and four souvenirs to scoop up in Istanbul.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 05, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Uranium Price Drop, Meatless Burger Scarcity, Treehouse Hotel
The price of uranium, the nuclear fuel, has dropped on fears it could be pulled into Trumps trade offensive; fast food restaurants are straining supplies of meatless burgers, and a new lodging brand seeks to remind guests of their childhoods.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 04, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Silver's Slide, Blockchain Banks, Alexa Everywhere
Silver prices fall to lowest levels relative to gold in more than 26 years; a group of financial firms plan a bitcoin-like token to settle cross-border trades, and property managers are bringing Alexa in to manage tenants.

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 03, 2019

OPEC: Stuck Between Shale Rock and Hard Sanctions—Energy Journal
Your move, OPEC. May was a dreadful time for oil prices. Brent, the global benchmark, fell more than 11% last month, posting its worst monthly performance of 2019. Lower prices present the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries with a challenge. The group and its Russia-led allies will meet in Vienna later this month to […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
Jun 03, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Pet Investors, Kate Spade, Meditation Retreat
The pet economy is projected to take in $75.4 billion this year as millennials pay premium prices for natural meals and treats; the Frances Valentine line seeks to move beyond its niche label after death of founder Kate Spade, and the pull of silent retreats.

WSJ MoneyBeat
May 31, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Rolex Retailer, ESG Index, Drive-In Restaurants
Luxury watch retailer Watches of Switzerland has found favor by focusing on U.S. growth; Stoxx expands its suite of environmental, social and governance benchmarks, and a list of classic drive-in restaurants around the country.

WSJ MoneyBeat
May 30, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: NY Real Estate, Smiley Face Marketing, Sleeping on Planes
Stock investors sound the alarm about New York's office property market; the smiley face symbol brings in significant licensing profits, and sleeping on airplanes in business class can be tough.

WSJ MoneyBeat
May 29, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: ETF Billions, REITS Buy Mortgages, Laundromat Extras
Exchange traded funds draw billions of dollars amid jitters about stock market swings; real-estate investment trusts bet bit on the mortgage market, and laundromats pull out the stops to stay in business.

WSJ MoneyBeat
May 28, 2019

Saudi Arabia Embraces Natural Gas—Energy Journal
Forget oil. (If only for a few minutes.) Many of today's biggest energy deals are about gas—liquified natural gas. In recent years, BP, Royal Dutch Shell and Total have all made strategic decisions to focus on gas as governments around the world look to shift to cleaner-burning fuels and renewable energy sources.Most of those companies […]

WSJ MoneyBeat
May 28, 2019

WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: NYSE Fees, Muni Bonds, Africa Vacation
The NYSE is lowering fees for companies with little to no revenue; risky municipal bonds are on a hot streak, and a guide to Africa's coolest city attractions.

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