The economy would have no problem weathering a temporary government shutdown. That doesn’t mean investors should be complacent about one.
For Apple, bringing billions of overseas earnings home is one thing. Keeping it there is quite another.
Clear guidance about future policy has become a powerful tool for the world’s central banks. But that may simply be at the cost of deferring market disruption for another day.
The figures that best capture China’s cyclical turning points—and they don’t include the headline growth data—suggest the 2016 and 2017 rebound was a lot bigger than initially thought. There are two big risks to its continuing in 2018.
China’s insurance sector has emerged relatively unscathed from Beijing’s crackdown on the country’s financial sector. But valuations suggest investors are underestimating the risks.
Mark Zuckerberg’s main challenge now is fixing the social network without breaking it. That dilemma was apparent last week when the 33-year-old chief executive announced changes to the company’s News Feed tool.
Goldman’s share buybacks will take a hit from tax reform, but the long-run benefits will be substantial.
Deal for Juno Therapeutics will be expensive and might not rule out need for more spending.
Ferrero’s purchase of Nestlé’s U.S. confectionery business marks a hat-trick of deals for the Italian company behind Nutella spread but aggressively expanding in America at a time of rapid market change is a daring strategy.
Brent crude hit a three-year high last week, and the obvious question was when would the shale drillers turn on the taps. The better question this time around is what will happen to demand and volatility in the oil market.
China’s most powerful leader in decades has shown he can tackle economic issues that have plagued weaker predecessors. But that much power in one pair of hands creates its own problems
GE’s nasty surprise raises deeper fears about the company and doubts about whether a breakup would preserve value for investors.
Tax reform lived up to the hype for health insurers, as industry bellwether UnitedHealth reported higher-than-expected revenue in the fourth quarter and raised its forecast for 2018 by 17%.