This Plastics IPO Is Timed Right -- For the Seller

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Bayer’s material science division, now called Covestro, had a strong first-half ahead of a planned initial public offering. That looks hard to keep up.

G-20 Seeks Reassurances China Plans to Calm Markets

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Global finance leaders meeting in Turkey are seeking reassurances from Chinese officials on Beijing’s capacity to calm turbulent markets and prevent a collapse in the world’s second-largest economy.

Alibaba's Jack Ma, Joe Tsai to Borrow $2 Billion Against Shares

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Chinese e-commerce giant’s chairman and vice chairman, Jack Ma and Joe Tsai, are planning to borrow more than $2 billion in loans by using their shares in the company as collateral.

E-Book Sales Weaken Amid Higher Prices

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E-book revenue is falling, and some people in the publishing industry say it is partly because of the higher prices that have resulted from new contracts negotiated with Amazon.

Volkswagen CFO Nominated as Board Chairman

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The largest shareholder of Europe’s biggest auto maker nominated the company’s CFO to become the next chairman of VW’s supervisory board.

U.S. Prosecutors Cite 'Spoofing' Software Allegedly Used by U.K. Trader

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U.K. trader Navinder Sarao, who faces a U.S. extradition hearing later this month, allegedly worked with a customized version of software known as the “matrix” in a deliberate attempt to “spoof” markets, according to a U.S. court filing.

Stocks Lower After Jobs Report

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U.S. stocks fell Friday following a U.S. jobs report that missed expectations, but which many investors saw as strong enough for the U.S. Federal Reserve to possibly raise short-term interest rates later this month.

Two-Year U.S. Bond Yield Rises to Near 2015 High on Jobs Data

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Long-term U.S. government bonds pared price gains on Friday, while short-term notes pulled back as a pickup in wage inflation offset a smaller-than-expected jobs gain in August.

All-Night Push After Glitch Hit BNY Mellon

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At the height of the Aug. 24 market volatility, executives at Bank of New York Mellon got the news they wanted to hear: A glitch affecting a key system was likely to be fixed soon. But the problem was far from over.

Dollar Pares Losses on U.S. Unemployment Data

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The dollar pared losses against the euro Friday morning, after U.S. government data showed the unemployment rate fell in August, bolstering the case for the Federal Reserve to lift interest rates in coming months.

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