ArcelorMittal to Raise $3 Billion After Hefty Loss

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ArcelorMittal said it would issue $3 billion in shares to strengthen its balance sheet as it grapples with a global steel glut that pushed it to a nearly $7 billion loss in the fourth quarter.

Jobs Report Puts Fed's Rate Decision in Limbo

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Friday’s jobs report likely leaves Federal Reserve officials in a “watchful waiting” mode as they consider whether to lift short-term interest rates at their next policy meeting in March.

Amazon Rips Page From Rivals' Offline Playbook

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Amazon’s plan to build brick-and-mortar outlets in retail malls is following the playbook of smaller Internet sellers like Warby Parker and Bonobos that found early success reaching shoppers via showrooms and shops.

U.S. Trade Gap Expanded in December

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The U.S. trade deficit expanded in December, highlighting how a global economic slowdown remains a headwind to domestic growth.

ArcelorMittal's Latest Capital Call

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ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, is shoring up its balance sheet to ride out the storm in the global steel sector.

Rate Expectations: Not So Fast, Fed

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Wall Street is increasingly skeptical about the pace of Federal Reserve interest-rate increases this year, the latest blow to the central bank’s yearslong efforts to unwind its easy-money policies and return the economy to a normal footing.

What Some Financial Advisers Now Do to Earn Their Fees

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More advisers offer less affluent clients concierge services to help in managing their lives.

High Salaries Haunt Some Job Hunters

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Recruiters increasingly are asking job candidates about pay history early in the hiring process, putting high earners at risk of being priced out of contention.

Toyota Skids as Yen Flattens Out

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With no more fillip from a cheapening yen, Toyota will need to show real sources of profit growth.

Oil Rout Threatens to Impose Vicious Cycle on Economy

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Few economists expect the crude slump will tip the economy into recession. But the fallout could grow harder to contain if the oil-price declines are instead a symptom of broader weaknesses in the global economy.

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