Some Bankers Get Sweeteners for Their Donuts

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Deutsche Bank will slash bonuses for 2016, but rivals will struggle to follow suit.

ECB: Going Nowhere Despite German Inflation Anxiety

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The ECB struck a dovish tone and the euro fell. The bigger picture is steady ECB policy even in the face of German worries about inflation.

May Hints at Trump Rebuke in Vow to Lead on Free Trade

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British Prime Minister Theresa May said the U.K. would become a world leader in promoting the merits of globalization, underscoring her vision of an internationalist Britain outside the EU.

For Trump and China, Tough Talk Hides Big Vulnerabilities

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The prospects for accommodation between Donald Trump and China might seem bleak. But there is one reason for optimism: despite all the bluster, both sides have far more to lose than they are letting on.

PTC's Revenue Puzzle Still Unsolved

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Software maker PTC says its transition to a subscription model will generate more value, but its balance sheet has yet to show evidence of that.

CSX's New Engineer Could Work Wonders; Sell the Shares Anyway

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Canadian Pacific boss Hunter Harrison has an amazing record and could add serious value to CSX, but shareholders would be wise to lock in recent gains.

How to Place Your Chips on Electric Cars

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German chip maker Infineon has a stake in the car of the future, whoever makes it.

Student Debt Payback Far Worse Than Believed

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An analysis of revised Education Department numbers shows that at more than 1,000 schools, at least half of students defaulted or failed to pay down their debt within seven years.

GE's Stock Rally Needs More Power

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Fourth-quarter earnings will put the industrial giant’s stock rally to the test.

Inflation Gauge Tops 2%, Supporting Fed's Plan to Raise Rates

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A broad measure of inflation poked above 2% for the first time in two-and-a-half years in December, a sign of diminished economic slack that could support additional moves by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year.

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