Few Places for Bond Investors to Hide

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As investors fall out of love with President-elect Donald Trump, they are rekindling some affection for bonds.

China Kia Dealers Seek Auto Maker's Help as Inventories Grow

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More than 100 Kia Motors dealers in China are seeking $343 million in compensation from the auto maker and a slowdown in shipments as they grapple with high inventories.

Pursuit of Samsung Heir Challenges Korea's Business Culture

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Prosecutors’ decision to seek the arrest of Samsung Group heir Lee Jae-yong threatens to knock one of the world’s biggest companies off course—and, represents a significant challenge to South Korea’s large, family-run companies.

For Shale Drillers, Rising Oil Prices Come With Rising Costs

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U.S. shale drillers that proved resilient during the oil downturn face a new test in 2017: Can they make money producing more now that prices have stabilized?

Online Consignment Shops Clean Up After the Holidays

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Secondhand retailers like Swap.com say the volume of merchandise they handle is growing rapidly.

IMF Upgrades U.S. Growth Forecast

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The International Monetary Fund raised its economic growth forecasts for the U.S., saying output could grow nearly a half-percentage point faster than previously thought over this year and next, thanks to President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to cut taxes and boost infrastructure spending.

Essilor, Luxottica to Create $49 Billion Eyewear Giant

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Luxottica, maker of Ray-Ban, has agreed to a merger with French optical-lens maker Essilor, placing its Italian founder at the helm of a globe-spanning colossus with brands gracing European catwalks and California beaches.

Trump Comments Hit Shares in German Car Companies

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Shares in German auto companies tumbled  after the U.S. President-elect singled out BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen, threatening to impose a 35% import tariff on their exports from Mexican plants to the U.S.

Fed Officials See Less Need for Government Stimulus

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Federal Reserve officials increasingly say they don’t see a need for stimulative government tax and spending programs to boost short-term economic growth, reversing their stance during and after the Great Recession.

Companies Examine Moving Production to U.S. Ahead of Tax Code Overhaul

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Companies are increasingly exploring the economics of moving production to the U.S., as an overhaul of the U.S. tax code looms and President-elect Donald Trump calls out their peers for expanding abroad.

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