U.S. Shale Firms Survive Oil Slump

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Many U.S. companies that revolutionized the oil and gas business with hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling are surviving the prolonged oil-price slump unbowed.

Global Container Volume on Track for Worst Year Since 2009

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Global container volume growth is on track to be flat this year, which would mark the sector’s worst performance since the 2009 economic crisis and a sure catalyst for further bankruptcies and possible acquisitions.

U.S. Home Prices Continued Brisk Growth in July, Case-Shiller Says

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Home price growth showed no signs of abating in July, as strong demand for homes and a shortage of inventory helped drive prices close to new highs.

Health of the U.S. Economy Is a Matter of Debate

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton put forward sharply different portraits of the U.S. economy in their first face-to-face debate, offering voters a choice not only on the details of trade and tax policy but also on which assessment best reflects the state of the nation.

Presidential Debate: Financial Markets Declare Winners and Losers

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Investors offered their own grades for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump following Monday’s debate.

Fintech Upstart LendUp Fined

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Fintech upstart LendUp was fined by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and a California state regulator Tuesday over widespread violations of payday and installment-lending laws.

J.P. Morgan Shuffles Execs Amid Wealth Management Moves

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J.P. Morgan Chase is shifting some executives in its retail bank and wealth management groups as it moves to bring together its wealth-management businesses, according to internal memos.

Ford Fights Back Against Trump Debate Claims

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Ford Motor Co. went on the defensive following the latest attacks from Donald Trump aimed at the auto maker’s big-dollar Mexico investments and production plans.

Some CEOs Retain Jobs After Mergers

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More U.S. businesses are bolstering efforts to retain top executives of acquired concerns because unwanted exits can doom a takeover.

Deutsche Bank's Issues Are in Its Future as Much as Its Past

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Deutsche Bank’s biggest problem isn’t just that it needs capital, but that it will find it hard to raise any. The bank is a long way from convincing investors that it can make a return that beats its cost of capital in the years ahead.

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