Air Products Bid for Chinese Rival Has Investors Pumped

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Air Products bid for Yingde Gases is a major test of U.S.-Chinese cross border investing.

When Voting With Your Feet Works Better Than Shareholder Activism

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Selling out is the best thing investors can do about French industrial champion Safran’s dubious decision to take over Zodiac.

The Inevitable Turn in World's Most Important Property Market

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China’s housing prices are weakening once again. While the bubble may not be getting bigger, the problems haven’t gone away.

Treasury Secretary Urges IMF to Police Exchange-Rate Policies

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Steven Mnuchin told IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde that he expects the fund to “provide frank and candid analysis of the exchange-rate policies of IMF member countries.”

The Great Mystery Behind Tesla's Rally

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Tesla investors are ignoring significant risks ahead of Wednesday’s earnings report, the first to reflect results from SolarCity.

Gilead Goes to the Head of the Line

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Gilead Sciences’s approach to the biotech deals market involves more than just waiting.

President Trump Will Be Able to Recast the Fed by Filling Vacancies

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President Donald Trump will be able to recast the Federal Reserve by filling three or more vacancies on its seven-member board of governors, and is leaning toward candidates with banking and financial world experience rather than academic economists.

White House Weighs Change in Trade Deficit Calculation

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The shift on counting exports would make the U.S. trade gap appear larger than it had in past years, which could give the administration ammunition in arguing that trade deals need to be renegotiated.

HSBC Feels Chill Wind From Trump on Trade

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For a bank that says it generates nearly half its revenue from business that crosses international borders, protectionism and populism are clearly a threat.

Trump Team's Growth Forecasts Far Rosier Than Those of CBO, Private Economists

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The Trump administration has drafted preliminary economic growth forecasts in its federal budget planning that rely on assumptions that are far rosier than projections made by independent agencies and most private forecasters, according to several people familiar with the discussions.

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