Mounting trade tensions, particularly between the U.S. and China, ripple through global supply chains built over the past two decades. Companies are faced with recasting the chains, or passing costs to customers.
A cash crunch has prompted a Chinese company to pay holders of its debt in pork gift packages instead of cash.
Total stock market funds are good core holdings for just about everyone. Choosing one can be harder than you think—here’s what to look for besides cost.
In October, investors pulled $23 billion out of taxable bond funds, the worst month for outflows since 2015. But at least yields are rising.
The former Wynn Resorts CEO, who resigned after sexual misconduct allegations, sold his entire $2.1 billion interest in March
Bulls and bears “have gotten more polarized,” says one money manager. “It’s almost like the mirror of the political situation.”
The rising cost of home health care is borne by retirees, their families, employers, and virtually all taxpayers. Can policy changes improve both care and cost before it’s too late?
Just about everyone expects gridlock. But a divided Washington is actually a great opportunity to take a few steps toward fiscal discipline.
Options investors are paying more for bullish contracts than bearish contracts on a popular China stock ETF. Should you follow suit?
After months of net selling, the funds increased their holdings of gold in October as stocks sagged. New support for the precious metal.
When corporate acquirers pay a lot relative to a “fair” price for a company, they are more likely to write down goodwill in the future.
The State Department says it will wait to consult with Congress on how to address an ex-Russian spy’s poisoning in the U.K. Russian shares still can’t overcome poor U.S. relations.
This European market’s valuations are much lower than its historical levels, dividend yields are high, and the economy is posting solid gains.
Ken Taubes, co-manager of the Pioneer Bond fund, sees a silver lining for fixed-income investors as interest rates rise.