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At least two dead, 11 wounded in French Christmas market shooting

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) – A lone gunman shot dead at least two people and wounded 11 others near a Christmas

Why investors in emerging-market bonds are so attuned to political risk

  PAULO GUEDES might not be your first-choice brother-in-law. He is a close adviser to Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s populist president-elect,

Non-bank firms are now big players in America’s mortgage market

  TWICE IN THE past 30 years, housing finance has taken down America’s economy. As interest rates rise and the

China Promises Foreign Investors With Greater Market Access—Again

China is trying to entice foreign investment with promises of greater consideration for companies trying to do business in the

Emerging markets’ currencies have staged a comeback

  AFTER DUSK men from Lea Lea, a village in Papua New Guinea, wade into the Coral Sea to spear

The 30 Best Stocks to Buy for 2019—in a Bull or Bear Market

Nine-and-three-quarter years old. If the bull market were a child, it would be in the fourth grade, learning the state

Dow Falls Another 600 Points as Tech Selloff Spreads to Retail, Other Sectors

The selloff in Apple and other stocks earlier this week spread Tuesday to other sectors, such as retail and energy,

Morgan Stanley Keeps Announcing the Arrival of a Bear Market, and Now Stock Prices Are Starting to Agree

Hedge fund managers, big tech stocks, and now Morgan Stanley all say the same thing: the bear pawing at the

Why Emerging Markets are a Screaming Buy

For a chorus of the leading voices in investing, it was the monster rally whose time had come. For about

This New Asset Management Firm Will Cut Your Pay If You Don’t Beat the Market

Peter Kraus took the helm of investment management firm AllianceBernstein at the height of the financial crisis. It lost more