Car-Parts Dispute Taps Brakes on Trade Deal

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A fight over how cars are assembled is pitting North America’s auto industry against Japan’s in a dispute now holding up a major trade agreement spanning the Pacific.

All-Night Push After Glitch Hit BNY Mellon

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At the height of the Aug. 24 market volatility, executives at Bank of New York Mellon got the news they wanted to hear: A glitch affecting a key system was likely to be fixed soon. But the problem was far from over.

An Online Bank With a Personal Touch

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Live Oak Bancshares is betting that its hybrid model can be an example for how to expand small-business lending.

Will the FCC Mute Broadcasters?

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The FCC may be preparing to take a bigger role in regulating the retransmission fees paid to broadcasters.

Big Pharma: The Moment of Dread Is Here

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The impact of biosimilars in the U.S. will be gradual. Drug-company investors should still be wary.

China's Bond Market Presents False Sense of Security

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As China’s economy slows, the bond market is another area where dislocation could emerge.

Who Wants to Ring the Closing Bell on Bad Days?

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In the tumultuous days recently, as markets have slid, the job of closing-bell ringer has taken an anxious turn.

U.S. Trade Gap Narrows in July

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The U.S. trade gap narrowed in July as demand grew overseas for American-made autos and industrial supplies.

A Gold Trade Investors Can't Refuse---Even if They Want To

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London-listed gold miner Polyus gives investors another hard lesson in why they should stay away from emerging-markets resources stocks with small free floats.

China's Devaluation Wins IMF Over

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Beijing’s careful management of its currency since its devaluation last month is bolstering China’s bid to get the yuan included in the IMF’s basket of reserve currencies as soon as November, according to people familiar with the matter.

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