From Bench to Benchmark: Jose Canseco Is Twitter's Favorite Financial Analyst

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Swapping OPS for NIRP, the ex-slugger tosses out predictions on Japanese monetary policy, gold and Brexit, hitting more than .300.

Janet Yellen Might Ruin Your Summer Vacation

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As investors debate whether markets are calm, the hope is Janet Yellen’s Jackson Hole speech provides more clarity than confusion.

What to Learn From the ECB's Great European Corporate Bond Squeeze

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The European corporate bond market is heading into ever more extraordinary territory.

Volkswagen Reaches Pact With Dealers Hurt by Emissions Scandal

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Volkswagen has reached an accord with about 650 U.S. franchise dealers affected by its diesel-emissions crisis but is struggling to convince regulators to accept a fix for some half a million polluting vehicles still on U.S. roads, even if they can’t be made fully compliant with emissions regulations.

Workday's Price for Getting the Job Done

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The cloud company’s valuation curbs enthusiasm, but performance stays strong.

The EpiPen Controversy Isn't About Mylan

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Political outrage over EpiPen price increases won’t help lower health-care costs for Americans.

Jackson Hole Participants to Discuss Frameworks for Low-Rate World

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Global central banks’ recent experiences with negative interest rates and whether they help central banks stimulate economic growth are likely to be the main topics of discussion at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s annual economic symposium.

Report: Startup Used iPhone Bug to Allow Spying

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Security researchers say a little-known Israeli startup exploited previously unknown bugs in Apple’s smartphone software to help foreign governments spy on their citizens.

Puerto Rico's Pensions: $2 Billion in Assets, $45 Billion in Liabilities

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One of the thorniest tasks awaiting a seven-member board charged with cleaning up Puerto Rico’s debt crisis is deciding how to balance a $70 billion debt load with nearly $43 billion in unfunded pension liabilities.

Miners Find South African Gold Recovers Its Luster

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After years battling depressed prices and cost-cutting, South African gold miners are regaining their shine, with the country’s top four gold producers announcing soaring profits and dividends.

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