THE WALL STREET JOURNAL - Markets News
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The city wants to tighten rules governing what banks and brokers can say to investors when discussing potential transactions, including bond and share sales.
The Japanese tech investor sank deeper into the red as it reported write-downs related to the bankruptcy of office-sharing company and technology shares stayed under pressure.
At issue is how the bank vets foreigners and the origins of their money before taking them on as customers.
Major stock indexes ended mostly higher Wednesday, building on a long run of gains.
The upstart is still well short of the big boys in the brokerage business as “YOLO” traders continue to retrench.
The media giant bolstered by ‘Barbie’ box-office hit says ad recovery is still needed to hit leverage targets next year.
The bank will pay $25.9 million in fines and redress to consumers after illegally discriminating against credit card applicants that the bank identified as Armenian American, according to regulators.
A drought in Spain, by far the world’s biggest producer, has pushed up global prices.
Tom Farley’s new firm has joined two other suitors in an auction for the bankrupt crypto exchange founded by Sam Bankman-Fried.
America’s top electric-vehicle startup is in a more stable place than it was, but it still loses too much money on each vehicle it sells.
Fresh off the success of “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” Nintendo is eyeing another possible box office smash.
The hit to demand might come—after much of the fight against rising prices is already over.
Following Credit Suisse’s collapse, critics and a government review say regulators missed opportunities to ensure the bank’s health.
U.S.-listed companies that do a lot of business in the country have struggled.
With prices and interest rates high, this is a moment to focus on saving.
Bank informed employees Tuesday of a process to find a new issuer as it retreats from consumer lending
The Nasdaq Composite extends its winning streak to an eighth day.
Carmakers are scaling back on orders, forcing chip makers to be flexible with long-term deals.
The Swiss bank recorded its first loss in nearly six years and will take a long time to integrate its once-rival, even as gains materialize.
Banks are selling risk to hedge funds and private-equity firms through so-called synthetic risk transfers.