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Chanos & Co. manages less than $200 million today, down from $6 billion in 2008, after Tesla soared and as bearish strategies lose favor.
Major indexes extended gains on Friday; Benchmark yields held steady
Old Navy’s unexpectedly fast recovery bodes well for the company’s turnaround effort.
Medical-device investors bet new obesity drugs won’t cause as much pain as previously thought.
Manufacturers need to cut costs as electric-vehicle inventories pile up, but this is easier said than done.
There are deeper issues behind the rapid changes in the market story that are unlikely to be resolved soon.
Overseas private investors and central banks now own about 30% of all outstanding U.S. government debt—down from roughly 43% a decade ago.
Chinese stocks have diverged from the rest of the emerging markets, but the country is still weighing heavily on other economies.
How the rest of the world buys and sells homes explained, in three charts.
Lots of baby boomers are going to sell their homes in the years ahead. The trick is to beat the crowd.
Investors feel hopeful about inflation, interest rates.
Walmart is delivering on both value and convenience, but investors want to see faster profit growth.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. canceled a public meeting of its board scheduled for Thursday, after reports on allegations that Chairman Martin Gruenberg had turned a blind eye to misconduct at the regulator.
Smaller, speculative companies, which tend to issue more floating-rate debt, have been stung by higher interest rates.
New York shares of the Chinese e-commerce giant were down premarket after it said it would abandon its cloud segment spinoff plan.
The bank is facing a lawsuit claiming that it failed to detect an alleged Ponzi scheme.
With the good news about inflation and earnings already priced into the market, and bond yields offering stiff competition, there is less room for the usual seasonal rally.
Alcohol giant Diageo struggles to repair damage with investors days after it issued a profit warning that tanked its shares.
The Treasury’s flexibility has pleasantly surprised investors, spurring a bond rally this month.
The billionaire has spent hundreds of millions of dollars buying and developing luxury property on the island, but now is in a bitter legal feud.