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Fed Dims Emerging Markets' Allure

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Fears of higher U.S. interest rates are prompting fund managers to cut back on investments in emerging markets.

A 1980s Corporate Raider Holds Off the SEC

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Paul Bilzerian, convicted of fraud in 1989 for his corporate takeover attempts, has used a network of trusts and partnerships to frustrate securities regulators' attempts to collect a $62 million civil judgment for illicit profits, in an example of how regulators often struggle to collect after winning cases.

In Alibaba IPO, Investors Offer Views of Risk and Opportunity

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The Wall Street Journal talked with a variety of people about their outlook on the Chinese e-commerce company ahead of its potentially historic IPO.

German Savers Turn to Foreign Banks

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With domestic banks offering interest rates on savings that are below inflation, German savers are looking abroad for better rates but are concerned about higher risks.

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