Forecasters See Upside Risks to Their Economic Outlooks

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The election of Donald Trump has economic forecasters thinking hard about something that hasn’t been a problem for a while: upside risks. In a Journal survey, 64% of respondents said the risk was to the upside, the highest in over two years.

Nintendo May Not Know How the Game Is Played

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User base is crucial is crucial in videogames. If Nintendo wants its new Switch system to break the Playstation-Xbox duopoly, it needs to switch its pricing strategy.

China Needs Trade With Trump's America More Than It Admits

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China’s export growth is lagging behind that of its Asian peers just as other economic drivers are poised to slow

A Volkswagen-Scale Bill for Fiat Chrysler Would Be $3.5 Billion

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If Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is the next Volkswagen, its stock has further to fall.

U.S. Budget Deficit Widening Again

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The federal budget deficit is widening again after years of postrecession shrinkage, with its trajectory in the coming years uncertain as President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans look to overhaul the tax code and boost U.S. economic growth.

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.

The Outlook for the Markets and Economy in 2017

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Three financial advisers offer their thoughts on what investors should do in the year ahead.

Here's Do-It-Yourself Home Improvement…on Steroids

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The advanced DIY life generally starts with small projects, and you add tools and skills along the way, but you’ve crossed the Rubicon when you say the same thing about every job: “I’m not paying someone to do that!” And the money saved is only part of it.

How Asia's Wealthy Invest

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Rich Asian families tend to be more aggressive, hands-on investors than their Western counterparts.

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