Chinese nationals are the top foreign buyers of U.S. homes, but in recent weeks they have started to pull back, scared off by their country’s stock slump and weakening economy.
Aberdeen Asset Management is cutting costs to help margins. But its reliance on emerging markets equities means more pressure on the group.
An economic slowdown, a declining currency and stock market gyrations may finally be catching up with Chinese travelers’ plans to venture abroad.
It’s tough for investors in retail stocks to go on a buying spree. They want consistency even though teen retailers’ customers are notoriously fickle.
Royal Dutch Shell’s deal to buy oil and gas producer BG doesn’t lessen the need for Shell to do more in cutting costs and spending.
Carl Icahn’s battle with AIG’s management have pushed the insurance giants shares higher. Investors should beware of turbulence ahead.
Christmas markets across Europe are seeing a decline in attendance amid security fears following the Paris attacks.
Wall Street Journal personal-finance columnist Jason Zweig’s new book, “The Devil’s Financial Dictionary,” is a satirical glossary of investing terms.
Renewable-energy ‘yieldcos’ got everyone excited, then fizzled. Will they reinvent themselves?
It has been a tough year for many investors as the stock market has sputtered and shuddered like it hasn’t in a long time. And get ready for 2016, when the U.S. presidential election campaign has the potential to roil markets.