Shale Rebound Will Cramp OPEC's Style

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U.S. shale oil production is rising too quickly for OPEC’s and Russia’s comfort.

Cloud Selloff Lets Through a Ray of Sun

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Software-as-a-service companies look a bit less expensive after a bruising year.

Troubled Toshiba Looks to Sell the Family Silver

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Facing the prospect of billions of dollars in write-downs at its nuclear business, Toshiba weighs a spinoff of its most profitable business, the memory unit.

Bond Trading Wave Gets Harder for European Banks to Catch

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The capital markets business is back. While U.S. investment banks are taking advantage, it is less certain that Europeans can.

Trump Comments Signal Shift in Approach to U.S. Dollar

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By talking down the value of the U.S. dollar, President-elect Donald Trump is potentially veering away from more than two decades of strong-dollar precedent.

Trump Has IMF Recalculating Global Growth Outlook

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The International Monetary Fund raised its economic growth forecasts for the U.S., saying output could grow nearly a half-percentage point faster than previously thought over this year and next, thanks to President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to cut taxes and boost infrastructure spending.

A Delicate Balancing Act: Rewarding Voters While Preserving Growth

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Will antiestablishment leaders, once in power, reward the people and regions that backed them at the expense of more dynamic regions and industries, hobbling economic growth?

Central Banks Drop Their Bazookas

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A range of forces—including political blowback, whiffs of inflation, stirrings of fiscal stimulus and worries that the policies themselves may backfire—are pressing central-bank chiefs to push short-term interest rates no lower.

House Conservative Group Spells Out Rules It Wants Donald Trump to Kill

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The House Freedom Caucus is asking President-elect Donald Trump to roll back a range of federal regulations, including several in the financial sector—from swap rules to bans on forced arbitration.

Robo-Advisory Services Grow Rapidly in China

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Investment advice for the country’s digitally savvy has been slow to take off, but that’s changing.

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