A widening investigation into what officials have deemed suspicious or illegal trading activity has put the brakes on a rebound in the Shanghai Composite Index.
Home prices continue to climb, but the U.S. government is keeping a lid on the size limit for federally backed mortgages, posing problems for home buyers in many pricey markets.
BTG Pactual’s André Esteves resigns after Brazil’s Supreme Court agreed to keep the billionaire banker in jail in connection with the government’s Petrobras investigation.
Emerging-market corporate-debt defaults reached their highest level since 2009, as economic conditions worsen for companies that spent years piling up their borrowings.
U.S. companies are dropping initial public offerings and selling themselves at the highest rate in three years, underscoring the gap between volatile financial markets and a booming merger business.
Small and mostly family-owned German firms whose products aren’t covered by international sanctions have conducted business with Iran legally and could be among the first to benefit from its expected reopening.
Judge David Tatel, who shot down two previous versions of the net-neutrality rule, will help decide the latest challenge.
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.
China’s first homemade jetliner is poised to make its delayed commercial debut, illustrating Beijing’s woes in getting its aerospace sector airborne.