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Wall St. Journal Market News
Updated: 3 days 13 hours ago
Kaisa Group terminated its auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers, not a good sign as the defaulted Chinese property developer tries to get back on its feet.
SoftBank’s $32 billion bid for U.K. smartphone chip designer ARM is a high price, leaving the Japanese conglomerate swimming in debt.
Netflix’s struggle to add subscribers amid a price increase raises questions about its ability to grow into its lofty multiple.
Bank of America’s investments make it especially vulnerable to falling rates.
Tobacco stocks have surged in 2016, but Philip Morris might have gone too far, too fast.
SoftBank’s deal for ARM Holdings could reduce its firepower in any future attempt to combine Sprint and T-Mobile.
The world’s central banks have a wealth of concerns to address in the coming months. A new item on the list: their own actions, which are increasingly surprising markets.
Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda isn’t shy of getting creative. It’s just hard to tell when those creative juices are ready to flow.
The software giant’s business shift has weighed down gross margins.
Burberry’s stock looks expensive given its exposure to a luxury sector caught between retrenching consumers and rising property costs.
Despite their differences, YouTube and the music industry have a strong case of mutual need.
From an economic standpoint, it makes sense for the Federal Reserve to hold off on rates. But then there’s what’s happening with asset prices.
Gold may be resurgent, but Chow Tai Fook, the world’s largest jeweler, still doesn’t glitter.
Keeping new hot games going against big, older titles is a major challenge.
Italy’s biggest lender has raised $1.1 billion from two quick-fire sales, but this is far less than it needs.
AbbVie and Amgen may face cheaper versions of their drugs, but not imminently.
Strong loan growth will help U.S. banks get through tough times.
Amid worries about comScore’s internal-accounting investigation, investors also should examine the numbers behind the company’s lucrative executive-compensation plan.