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  • New ‘Speed Bump’ Planned for U.S. Stock Market

    • By Alexander Osipovich

    Cboe Global Markets is seeking to introduce a brief delay on one of its markets, becoming the latest U.S. stock-exchange group to attempt to hit the brakes on high-frequency traders.

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  • Searching for the Next Gucci

    • By Stephen Wilmot

    Investors have high hopes for a turnaround at ailing Prada and Burberry, but may be better off sticking to brands who already have success in the bag.

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  • U.S. Hedge Fund Seeks Board Shake-Up at Toshiba

    • By Kosaku Narioka

    New York-based King Street has proposed new independent directors at Toshiba, the first indication of dissatisfaction among the foreign funds that bought into the Japanese industrial conglomerate last year.

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  • China’s Manufacturing Gauge Ticked Up in August

    A gauge of factory activity in China rebounded slightly in August, boosted by accelerated production and government efforts to arrest slowing growth and blunt the impact of the trade fight with the U.S.

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  • Asian Stocks Either a Little or a Lot Lower

    • By Kevin Kingsbury

    Asian stocks started the week with universal gains. They’re about to end it with across-the-board declines. After declines in most benchmarks globally yesterday, no Asia Pacific indexes are higher now.

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  • Pipeline Stocks Stage a Comeback

    • By Ryan Dezember

    Revved up earnings, thanks to record U.S. oil and gas production, and clarity on a federal tax ruling have lifted shares of energy master limited partnerships, which own and operate pipelines.

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  • SEC Chairman Wants to Let More Main Street Investors In on Private Deals

    • By Dave Michaels

    The Securities and Exchange Commission wants to make it easier for individuals to invest in private companies, including some of the world’s hottest investments, which have been out of reach for many people, the agency’s chairman said in an interview.

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  • U.S. Stocks Fall on Tariff Plans

    • By Akane Otani, Riva Gold

    U.S. stocks fell, giving up ground after gains in technology shares helped lift the S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite and Russell 2000 to records a day earlier.

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  • EA Blinks in Combat Videogame Standoff

    • By Dan Gallagher

    While costly, the decision to delay the release of ‘Battlefield V’ may help Electronic Arts stay in the battle with competitors over the long term.

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  • Treasurys Climb After Inflation Data

    • By Amrith Ramkumar

    U.S. government-bond prices climbed Thursday after the latest inflation data showed continued gradual gains in consumer prices.

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