Argentina Offers Holdout Creditors $6.5 Billion

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Argentina moved a step closer to ending a 15-year stalemate that has stymied its ability to borrow after it made a formal offer on Friday to U.S. holders of its defaulted government debt.

Energy Giant's Flameout Can Yield Opportunity

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Renewable-energy giant SunEdison is in deep financial trouble. But there may be a way to profit.

Credit Suisse CEO Asks Board to Cut His Bonus After Weak Results

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The CEO of Credit Suisse has asked his board to slash his bonus, after the Swiss bank posted quarterly results that sent its share price tumbling lower.

Emerging-Market Central Banks Fight Outflows

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Central banks in some emerging markets are stepping up efforts to flood their financial systems with cash, highlighting the pressure that they face from rapid capital flight.

Ground Shifts Under Wheat Export Market

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Record harvests, the strong dollar and cheap oil are combining to shake up the multibillion-dollar global wheat market.

Airbus Switches Engine Type for First A321neo Flight

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Airbus Group will fly the largest version of its new single-aisle plane for the first time as early as this week. The plane maker has dropped plans to use engines made by Pratt & Whitney for the maiden flight of the A321neo aircraft in favor of ones manufactured by CFM International.

Why Ford's Stock Can Pick Up

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The murky auto sales outlook presents a value opportunity for Ford investors.

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.

U.S. Probes Possible Fraud Linked to Specialty Creams

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The Justice Department is investigating what authorities suspect is half a billion dollars in health-care fraud linked to specialty creams used to treat pain and other ailments.

Yelp Needs Some Help

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Wall Street has soured on Yelp as the company grapples with rising costs, slowing user growth and a slumping stock price.

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