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A strong dollar and weak global economic growth made last quarter a bad time for U.S. companies to have significant overseas exposure. S&P 500 companies that record more than half their revenue overseas are on pace to report weaker fourth-quarter...
Hedge funds now know exactly how far they have fallen out of favor with American International Group Inc. The global insurance conglomerate said in its fourth-quarter earnings call Friday that it is reallocating about half of its $11 billion investment in hedge...
Markets fell around the globe Thursday in a broad selloff that started in Hong Kong and extended through U.S. trading. We’ve been here before in 2016, but this one was different, with banks in the line of fire and...
Much has been written this year about European banks as their stocks and bonds get pummeled by everything from negative interest rates to economic fears and tumbling oil prices. Little attention has been given to the unfortunates who had piled...
Volatility investors are betting that big swings are here to stay. Those who dabble in derivatives tied to the CBOE Volatility Index are placing bets that pay out if the stock market keeps swinging, and especially if it drops. The VIX...
Options traders are bracing for a giant move in Twitter Inc. shares after the company reports earnings Wednesday. Twitter is scheduled to post fourth-quarter results after the bell. Shares have cruised to all-time lows in recent sessions, bringing the 2016...
  Caution: reimagining under way THERE is a through-the-looking-glass quality to the blue-lit tunnel that leads into the headquarters of Klarna, a Swedish online-payments firm. And there is something back-to-front about the company itself. It is a startup firm that grew...
The New York Stock Exchange is moving to end a controversial rule that observers say worsened volatility last August 24th, according to an executive. The rarely-used Rule 48 was originally designed to help dampen volatility by letting market-makers forgo disseminating...
U.S. stocks, commodities and corporate debt are rallying Tuesday, but ratings firms are reminding investors there are some troubling trends in the bond market: more companies have ultralow credit ratings, more bonds are trading at low dollar prices and...
The world’s largest investors are signaling their 2016 approach isn’t one heavy on offense or defense. The play call, according to a new survey, is to punt towards the future. The volatile markets have big investors looking to shift more of...
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