Argentina Debt Deal Faces Hurdles Despite Bond Offer

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A stalemate over Argentina’s defaulted debt isn’t likely to end quickly despite the country’s new $6.5 billion offer to U.S. bondholders, said people familiar with the matter.

China's Reserves Plunge While Stresses Mount

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It is hard to imagine Beijing wanting to continue this pace of reserve annihilation.

Why Ford's Stock Can Pick Up

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The murky auto sales outlook presents a value opportunity for Ford investors.

Energy Giant's Flameout Can Yield Opportunity

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Renewable-energy giant SunEdison is in deep financial trouble. But there may be a way to profit.

'Panda 3' Stays On Top

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“Kung Fu Panda 3” remained atop the box office over Super Bowl weekend, while the Coen brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!” and the Jane Austen-monster mashup “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” followed distantly behind.

Super Bowl TV Ads Bring Lighter Tone

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Super Bowl ads had a lighter tone this year, a marked departure from 2015 when experts said too many companies aired overly emotional or heavy spots.

7 Things Investors Should Be Watching For in 2016

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After a rough January, here’s what investors can do to deal with what’s ahead.

Slowdown in Funding Takes Bite Out of India's Startups

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Investors in India’s tech startups are becoming more discerning and tightfisted. As a result, startups raised $959 million in the final three months of 2015, roughly half of what they raised in the last quarter of the previous year.

Emerging-Market Central Banks Fight Outflows

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Central banks in some emerging markets are stepping up efforts to flood their financial systems with cash, highlighting the pressure that they face from rapid capital flight.

Airbus Switches Engine Type for First A321neo Flight

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Airbus Group has dropped plans to use engines made by Pratt & Whitney for the maiden flight of the A321neo aircraft in favor of ones manufactured by CFM International.

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