Why the Yen Just Keeps Getting Stronger

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The ferocious strengthening of the yen reveals the brittle underpinnings of the Abenomics stock-market rally.

Google Bends to European Pressure on Right to be Forgotten Rule

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Alphabet Inc.’s Google will expand how it applies Europe’s right-to-be-forgotten rule for search engines, bending to demands from privacy regulators.

Subzero Rates Deepen Fears of Slowdown

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The situation has sent investors running and given rise to an alarming conundrum: Hobbled banks may not be able to tolerate rates this low. Limping economies may not be able to tolerate them any higher.

Subzero Rates Deepen Fears of Slowdown

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The situation has sent investors running and given rise to an alarming conundrum: Hobbled banks may not be able to tolerate rates this low. Limping economies may not be able to tolerate them any higher.

Honda Rekindles a Pickup to Lift U.S. Sales

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As Americans flock to new trucks and sport-utility vehicles, Honda is putting its marketing muscle behind a revived Ridgeline pickup truck and a wider range of SUVs.

J.P. Morgan CEO Buys 500,000 of Bank's Shares

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J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Chairman and Chief Executive James Dimon bought 500,000 of his bank’s shares Thursday, a person familiar with the matter said.

The Big Beneficiary of Negative Rates: Gold

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Investors are piling into gold, seeking shelter amid concerns that a turn toward negative interest rates in some countries is threatening to destabilize the global financial system.

Credit Barometer Flashes a Warning Sign on Banks

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The cost of insurance against default on the debt of many big banks has jumped, adding to the forces pummeling confidence in markets.

Activision Reports Lackluster Holiday

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Activision Blizzard reports a lackluster holiday quarter, but sees significantly stronger results in 2016 as it digests “Candy Crush” maker King Digital.

Stocks Tumble as Investors Flee to Safety

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The global stock selloff intensified Thursday as investors sold shares across all sectors and sought safety in government bonds and gold.

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