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Wall St. Journal Market News
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Pimco's flagship bond fund continued to see outflows in February, even as investors have started returning to bond funds.
Thailand's Election Commission approved the government's request to disburse $616 million to pay farmers for rice bought months ago in a now-troubled subsidy program.
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China's sudden move to engineer a weaker yuan has led to an unexpected and undesirable upshot: a sharp increase in cash flowing into its financial system.
PNC Financial Services Group has received subpoenas from prosecutors over mortgage-lending practices and its relationships with merchants for payment-processing services.
Oil prices rose and investors rushed into perceived haven assets. Russian markets saw heavy losses, and shock waves were felt across European stocks.
Bruce Berkowitz, a prominent mutual-fund investor, sent letters to the boards of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac scolding directors for not protecting the rights of shareholders, upping the ante in his bid to let investors share in the spoils of the newly profitable mortgage-finance giants.
Standard Chartered is nearing deals to sell roughly a half-dozen units in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, amid an emerging-markets slowdown.
Citigroup said it and its Mexico unit had received subpoenas from the FDIC and U.S. attorney's office for Massachusetts, a disclosure that came days after the bank alleged it had found fraud in Mexico.
Escalating tensions over Russian military intervention in Ukraine rippled through Europe's banking sector, hitting banks exposed to Eastern Europe.
The events in Crimea may prompt Poland to rethink its stalled euro-adoption bid, the governor of the country's central bank said.
The recent loss of nearly a half-billion dollars from a major bitcoin exchange is forcing U.S. regulators to confront questions about their authority—and responsibility—to oversee the fledgling virtual currency.
Tesla's sale of convertible debt last week attracted mutual funds and hedge funds, an important source of capital needed for growth.
Egypt's state grain agency has quietly changed the permissible amount of moisture in wheat that it imports, dealing a blow to an industry that is a source of pride—and exports—for France.
Attorneys for Mathew Martoma on Wednesday tried to show he had limited control over trading decisions at SAC Capital Advisors.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid broke with the White House and said he opposed legislation aimed at smoothing passage of free-trade agreements, imperiling two major deals being negotiated with Asian and European partners.
Just one month into 2014, investors from Illinois to Istanbul are finding the tide going out fast for stocks and other riskier investments.
Pacific Investment Management Co. announced a restructuring of its leadership that shifts the balance of power at the giant money manager away from founder Bill Gross.
The arctic blast sweeping the U.S. has touched off a scramble for fuel that has driven natural-gas and heating-oil prices to new highs.
Blackstone Group's chairman has made clear to senior executives that 43-year-old real-estate specialist Jonathan Gray is the front-runner should the current president depart within the next few years.