Stock Swings Don't Shake Investors

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Stock indexes’ wild week rattled investors and fueled expectations for further price swings, but it failed to squelch the belief U.S. markets remain the best place to put money.

Cnooc's Canada Unit to Comply with Order to Shut Oil-Sands Pipelines

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The Canadian unit of Chinese state-controlled energy giant Cnooc Ltd. said it would comply with an order from regulatory authorities forcing it to shut down pipelines at a troubled oil-sands plant in northern Alberta.

Tesla Wants Obama Administration to Press China

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Tesla Motors wants the Obama administration to talk to Xi Jinping about making it easier for auto makers to do business in China during the Chinese president’s visit to the U.S.

Inmarsat Says Russian Proton Rocket Puts Satellite Into Orbit

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Inmarsat declared the launch of a Russian Proton rocket carrying one of its satellites a success after the rocket delivered its cargo into its initial orbit position.

China's Tesla Could Lose Power

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Heard on the Street: Hybrid cars helped electrify sales at BYD, but that is riskily dependent on Chinese government support.

Freeport Pays Its Dues As Icahn Arrives

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Heard on the Street: Carl Icahn has taken a stake in Freeport-McMoRan, the copper miner which recently has been a hive of activity in terms of cutting costs and addressing concerns about its balance sheet.

The Real Reason the Fed Should Go Slow

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Heard on the Street: While the Federal Reserve may raise rates in September, persistently low inflation would stay its hand from future increases.

Stock Market Investors Should Watch the Credit Canary

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Heard on the Street: The corporate bond market could give vital clues to equities investors about the outlook for growth and inflation.

'Alternative' Mutual Funds Providing Limited Protection

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As the U.S. stock market tumbled in the past three months, so-called alternative mutual funds didn’t provide a lot of shelter.

CEO of Ashley Madison Parent Steps Down

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Avid Life Media, parent company of infidelity website Ashley Madison, said Chief Executive Noel Biderman left the company by mutual agreement.

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