Regulators to discuss removing ‘systemic’ tag from insurer on Friday U.S. officials are considering whether to remove federal oversight of insurer American International Group Inc., according to people
As the central bank sets out to reverse quantitative easing, there are at least three reasons not to worry too much about its impact on markets—and one good reason to be concerned After spending $2 trillion
The funds are run by firms including Bridgewater Associates, the largest hedge fund firm in the world, and Two Sigma, one of the fastest-growing firms. The weak performance is especially striking, as S&P
HONG KONG (Reuters) - A prominent member of Hong Kong’s Democratic Party said on Friday he was beaten and “stapled” by mainland agents in the Chinese-controlled city before being dumped on a beach in activists
The supply of homes for the billionaire class is growing. For the 2017 edition of our annual list of America’s Most Expensive Homes For Sale, FORBES identified 33 properties seeking $75 million or more.
China, more than any other country, feels it’s heading in the right direction. That same confidence, however, doesn’t extend to other Chinese people. A recent survey (pdf) released by research firm Ipsos
Sociologists have long been warning about the dangers of increased isolation thanks to aging populations, scattered families, and cultures that promote the individual over the collective. Now, new research
The sheer size and ever-changing nature of Beijing’s asset-management industry make it near impossible to regulate Chinese regulators are targeting the latest bubble in their financial system: the domestic
Move by the ride-hailing company is due to unsustainably high losses By Greg Bensinger Greg Bensinger The Wall Street Journal Biography @GregBensinger Google+ Greg.Bensinger@wsj.com Uber TechnologiesInc.
Bets on the greenback’s weakness is increasing—a result that would benefit commodities, emerging markets A growing investor consensus that the dollar will keep weakening is rippling around the world, rallies
The agreement to withhold 2% of global oil supply expires in March OPEC and other big oil producers are facing a new high-wire act: how to keep the oil market calm if they decide to lift their output and
Pentagon notes advances by Pyongyang as U.S. warns regime of further isolation, military option The U.S. and Russia clashed at the United Nations Security Council over how to respond to North Korea’s program,
Two decades after the handover, Chinese influence over Hong Kong’s markets is far more striking than foreign investors’ clout in China HONG KONG—When China regained sovereignty over Hong Kong in 1997,
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