Hong Kong No Longer Top Market for Luxury Watches

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The U.S. is now the biggest market for luxury watches after sales in Hong Kong were hurt by a strong local currency and by China’s crackdown on gifting by party officials.

Glencore's Self-Help Is Actually Help From Commodity Markets

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The Swiss commodities giant is out of the danger zone thanks to rebounding coal and copper prices.

Bond Market Smackdown: SolarCity vs. Sri Lanka

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Elon Musk’s big bond purchase should give his investors, and Tesla shareholders,​pause.

Mylan Faces Scrutiny Over EpiPen Price Increases

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Mylan became the latest pharmaceutical company to face outrage about higher drug costs after the company’s substantial price increases for the EpiPen emergency allergy treatment.

Viacom May Tighten Reins on Paramount

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Paramount Chief Executive Brad Grey and his team are under pressure from the Viacom board to defend their film record and present a turnaround plan.

HP Reports Lower Earnings, Revenue

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HP’s revenue and earnings shrank in the most recent quarter, but the company showed signs of stabilizing the personal-computer business, its largest revenue source.

Big Oil Companies Binge on Debt

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Some of the world’s largest energy companies are saddled with their highest debt levels ever as they struggle with low crude prices, raising worries about their ability to pay dividends and find new barrels.

Why China's Overseas Oil Adventurer Can't Cut Costs Forever

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Cnooc’s low level of overall oil reserves means it will have to undo cost cuts at some point.

U.S. Existing-Home Sales Fall for First Time Since February

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Sales of previously owned homes slipped 3.2% in July, a sign the U.S. housing-market recovery could be uneven as limited inventory and rising prices put purchases out of reach for some Americans.

HP: No Quick Fix for Printer Jam

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Company’s printing-supplies unit sees its worst decline so far and isn’t expected to stabilize until next year.

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