Who Gains When Tumult Strikes?

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Exchanges and market makers are getting a fresh look from portfolio managers seeking out investments likely to benefit from the large market swings.

BNY Mellon Races to Fix Pricing Glitches

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Executives at Bank of New York Mellon Corp. are racing against the clock to make it through a backlog of pricing issues before the markets open Monday morning.

For China, a Plunge and a Reckoning

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The stock market fall pierced the party’s mystique of omnipotence. In an interwoven world, the crisis should spur Beijing to prefer compromise to bullying.

VW Is Told to Shed Suzuki Stake

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An international court has ordered Volkswagen of Germany to sell its nearly 20% stake in Suzuki, allowing the Japanese auto maker to extricate itself from the tie-up after a four-year struggle.

Fed Appears to Hold Line on Rate Plan

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Federal Reserve officials emerged from a week of head-spinning financial turbulence largely sticking to their plan to raise U.S. interest rates before the end of the year.

China's Next Problem: Paying for Its Stock-Market Bailout

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China will need to pay the cost of cleaning up its stock-market bailout.

Forget Biotech, Follow the Pharma Dividends

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Biotech stocks have long outperformed their big pharmaceutical counterparts. But that could change if the recent selloff persists.

Insurers Could Use More Calamity

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On the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, insurers are suffering from years of calm seas and low rates.

BNY Mellon ETF Bug Could Still Sting

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Bank of New York Mellon’s computer glitch may prove costly.

U.S. Port Traffic Hinted at China Slowdown

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Long before investors lost faith in the Chinese stock market, something seemed amiss at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. The number of containers coming from China was up, but beginning in 2013, fewer were being sent in the other direction.

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