New Lender Worry: Oil Firms Max Out Credit Lines

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Struggling oil and gas companies are maxing out revolving credit lines typically used to cover short-term funding gaps, raising fresh concerns about banks’ exposure to the decline in energy prices.

Why the Yen Just Keeps Getting Stronger

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The ferocious strengthening of the yen reveals the brittle underpinnings of the Abenomics stock-market rally.

Google Bends to European Pressure on Right to be Forgotten Rule

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Alphabet Inc.’s Google will expand how it applies Europe’s right-to-be-forgotten rule for search engines, bending to demands from privacy regulators.

Subzero Rates Deepen Fears of Slowdown

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The situation has sent investors running and given rise to an alarming conundrum: Hobbled banks may not be able to tolerate rates this low. Limping economies may not be able to tolerate them any higher.

Subzero Rates Deepen Fears of Slowdown

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The situation has sent investors running and given rise to an alarming conundrum: Hobbled banks may not be able to tolerate rates this low. Limping economies may not be able to tolerate them any higher.

Honda Rekindles a Pickup to Lift U.S. Sales

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As Americans flock to new trucks and sport-utility vehicles, Honda is putting its marketing muscle behind a revived Ridgeline pickup truck and a wider range of SUVs.

J.P. Morgan CEO Buys 500,000 of Bank's Shares

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J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Chairman and Chief Executive James Dimon bought 500,000 of his bank’s shares Thursday, a person familiar with the matter said.

The Big Beneficiary of Negative Rates: Gold

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Investors are piling into gold, seeking shelter amid concerns that a turn toward negative interest rates in some countries is threatening to destabilize the global financial system.

Credit Barometer Flashes a Warning Sign on Banks

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The cost of insurance against default on the debt of many big banks has jumped, adding to the forces pummeling confidence in markets.

Why Low Interest Rates Aren't Low Enough to Save Stocks

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Weak growth, low inflation and rising borrowing costs are putting the squeeze on companies.

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