Coke, Pepsi Thirst for Oil Dividend

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Coca-Cola and PepsiCo will reveal this coming week whether Americans are spending more freely on soda and potato chips, as consumers pocket savings at the gas pump.

Why a Business-Tax Overhaul Is So Tricky

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The complex intertwining of the U.S. business and personal-tax systems is complicating Congress’s ability to address wider business-tax issues such as inversions.

Ford to More Than Double Mexico Production Capacity in 2018

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Ford Motor Co. will build a new assembly plant in Mexico and sharply increase Mexican factory output, representing the latest shift of investment abroad by a Detroit auto maker following the signing of a costly new labor deal.

Why a Recession Could Arrive Without a Yield Curve Warning

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Investors may not be able to count on a once-reliable economic warning bell, a yield curve inversion, to ring before the next recession.

Saudi, Venezuela Meeting Ends With No Oil-Production Agreement

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Saudi oil minister Ali al-Naimi met with his Venezuelan counterpart but didn’t announce any plans for the production cut the South American country says is needed to prop up crude prices.

Thailand's TCC in $3.46 Billion Deal for Groupe Casino's Big C Stake

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Groupe Casino has agreed to sell its stake in Thai hypermarket operator Big C Supercenter for $3.46 billion to a Thai billionaire, marking a major step in the French grocer’s plans to cut its debt.

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.

Iran Sets Crude Export Volumes for Europe

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Iran plans to sell 300,000 barrels of crude oil a day to European customers now that Western sanctions have been lifted, the country’s oil minister told state media.

Foxconn, Sharp to Sign Takeover Deal By End of February

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Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou said the Taiwanese iPhone assembler plans to seal a deal to buy troubled electronics provider Sharp by the end of the month, paving the way for one of the biggest foreign takeovers of a Japanese company.

Tech Stocks Swoon as Growth Disappoints

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The sector led a broad decline, as a disappointing outlook from LinkedIn helped fuel a rush out of stocks.

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