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After the good news on inflation, indebted commercial landlords need interest-rate cuts to follow fast.
The end of Mint and the search for a better way to budget.
Producer prices and retail sales both fell, sparking hopes that Fed rate hikes are winding down.
U.S. oil inventories increased by 3.6 million barrels in the week ended Nov. 10, above forecasts calling for a rise of 800,000 barrels.
The investor bought shares over the summer, when Disney stock was languishing around $80 a share.
UBS Group won’t have to pay around $2B after the French Supreme Court partly overturned a previous court decision, but confirmed a ruling that the bank had helped wealthy clients in France evade taxes.
Retail spending data was a lot better than the headline figures suggest.
Lower markdowns, lower freight costs and lower supply chain and digital fulfillment costs all helped Target achieve a surprise earnings gain.
Chinese housing stocks jumped after an unconfirmed report of stronger support for the market—and very poor housing data.
Two members of the five-person board request the board, not just the chairman, oversee the investigation.
The fund manager talks bitcoin, Sam Bankman-Fried and the future of artificial intelligence.
Rising debt-servicing costs are complicating plans in many countries for more military and climate spending.
Berkshire’s stock portfolio is concentrated in five companies: Apple, Bank of America, American Express, Coca-Cola and Chevron.
Major indexes jumped on hopes that the Fed’s rate hikes may be over.
The Labor Department’s measure of shelter inflation has come down a lot, but it has a lot further to go.
Martin Gruenberg told a Senate panel he is “deeply troubled” by accounts of alleged harassment and a toxic culture within the bank regulator.
High interest rates are affecting demand for the most expensive renovation projects, but the retailer is courting the people most likely to get that work.
Movie audiences are tiring of overused franchises, but the blockbuster success of “Barbie” and “Super Mario” demonstrates the value of familiar properties.
The stock market is rallying after a decline in Treasury yields boosted the case for company shares.
Old fixed-rate loans rank as highly valuable assets after the surge in interest rates.