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  • Stocks to Watch: Amazon, Twitter, Coupa, GE, Kellogg

    Some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday’s session: Amazon, Twitter, GE, Coupa and Kellogg.

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  • Strong Consumption Is Breathing New Life Into Retail Stocks

    U.S. consumer spending is so strong that it’s even boosting shares of once-maligned retailers. One retail CEO says its possibly the strongest consumer environment he’s seen.

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  • Airline Stocks Start to Take Off

    Shares of airline operators are no longer in free fall, getting a boost as company projections for the number of passenger seats that are offered have come down.

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  • Stock Market Is Taking Cues From the Private Market

    Private markets, where companies are free from the constraints of quarterly reporting, are already reshaping the makeup of public stock markets—including a decline in public listings.

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  • Wall Street’s Latest Short: Once-Hot Metal for Electric Cars

    One of the hottest investments of 2017 is now a big short.

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  • Turkey Crisis Puts Spotlight on Emerging Market’s Foreign-Currency Debt

    Turkey’s escalating crisis is spotlighting the giant stockpile of foreign-currency debt held by emerging markets, a build-up that threatens to throw those economies off course in the coming years.

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  • With Turkish Surprise, Markets Wobble—and Continue August Tradition

    A currency crisis in Turkey upended a lengthy stretch of calm in financial markets on Friday, holding to a tradition of August stock-market surprises.

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  • Stocks to Watch: Dropbox, Nike, Tronc, Qualcomm, Puma Biotechnology, Invitation Homes, Universal Display

    Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Friday’s session.

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  • Stocks to Watch: Tesla, 21st Century Fox, Rite Aid, Sinclair, Viacom, Roku, Yelp

    Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Thursday’s session.

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  • Stocks to Watch: Tesla, Disney, Papa John’s, Snap, Wendy’s, CVS, Salesforce.com

    Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday’s session.

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  • Stocks to Watch: General Motors, Mariott International, Zillow, Etsy, Hertz, Weight Watchers

    Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session.

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  • Investors Haven’t Been This Concerned About Growth Since Early 2016

    A clear majority of the fund managers surveyed by Bank of America Merrill Lynch don’t expect global growth to accelerate over the next 12 months.

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  • Some Bad News for Good News — Optimistic Forecasts Create Recessions

    Good economic forecasts may be too much of a good thing, according to a new International Monetary Fund working paper, they could help cause a recession.

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  • When Markets Move, Here’s Who Moves the Market

    When a currency’s value plunges at its fastest pace in 20 years, who’s trading during the commotion? A new data set based on millions of foreign exchange transaction records attempts to shed light on what’s going on during the most frenetic moments in markets.

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  • Concerns Over Syria, Protectionism Hit Popular Investment Strategy

    Worries about tensions in Syria and the threat of protectionism weigh on carry trade.

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  • How ETF Popularity May Encourage Debt

    The increasing popularity of passive funds may be leading companies to take on more debt, the Bank for International Settlements says.

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  • Turkey Surfs Wave of Money in Emerging-Market Funds

    Turkish markets have rebounded from this week’s selloff, aided by the huge amounts of money currently in emerging-market funds.

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