U.S. Stocks End Down Slightly

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U.S. stocks ended slightly lower Friday, capping off a week of low trading volumes and no market-moving catalysts.

Wal-Mart Encourages Meat and Egg Suppliers to Curb Antibiotic Use

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Wal-Mart Stores is asking its meat and egg suppliers to curb their use of antibiotics and offer animals more humane living conditions.

U.S. Consumer Prices Climb for Third Straight Month

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U.S. consumer prices climbed for the third straight month in April, rising 0.1%, in the latest sign inflation is stabilizing.

Arch Coal Taps Restructuring Advisers Amid Debt

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Arch Coal has tapped restructuring advisers to explore ways to decrease its multibillion-dollar debt load as a deep coal-market slump continues to weigh on the mining company and its rivals.

Restructuring Firm Chief Sees Renewed Demand in Asia

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The chief of restructuring firm AlixPartners discusses missteps that global companies made in expanding in Asia and why a wave of corporate restructuring is inevitable.

Retail Markdowns Often Beat Outlet Prices

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Discounts at mainline stores often undercut the prices at their outlet-center cousins, a telling indicator of how reliant American retailers are on promotional pricing.

Citi Faces Setback in Commodities Repo Case

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Citigroup isn’t entitled to payment in a $270 million dispute with commodities trader Mercuria Energy Group, a London court ruled.

Deutsche Bank CEOs Face Pressure After Rebuke

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After a stinging rebuke from shareholders at Thursday’s annual meeting, Deutsche Bank co-chief executives Anshu Jain and Jürgen Fitschen must quickly present details on their strategy for turning the bank around.

How to Differentiate the Rates

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Two types of rates quoted by mortgage lenders may be confusing, but they’re designed to help potential borrowers shop for the best mortgage.

Student Debt Is Hot Topic for 2016 Field

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The rise in college costs—and student-loan burdens—is breaking through as a hot issue in the 2016 presidential race as contenders float proposals that rethink what college should cost and who should foot the bill.

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