Sony’s shock capital raising risks the credibility it has built up with investors over the past year.
Portuguese bonds have been volatile due to Greece. But investors should look again at Portugal and Europe’s defensive qualities.
A White House proposal to expand overtime eligibility to around five million more Americans drew fire from companies and business groups, which warned it will curtail work hours and dent job growth.
Europe’s proposed net-neutrality laws could leave the region’s broadband providers with more leeway to manage services than their U.S. counterparts.
Home-price growth slowed in April, but economists said that a down month is a positive sign the market isn’t overheating.
Consumers feel much better about the economy and labor markets in June, according to the Conference Board research group.
Central Banks Commentary: A wave of financial turbulence overseas could delay the Federal Reserve’s plans to raise short-term interest rates in the months ahead, but only if it ends up knocking the U.S. economy off track.
Trouble in Greece and China is unlikely to do much damage to the U.S., but could still alter the economic and financial landscape.
A forward-looking indicator of home sales rose to its highest level in more than nine years in May, a sign the housing market is gaining traction after a shaky start to the year.
Investing is a great way to learn about human behavior, and about yourself, writes columnist Morgan Housel.