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Online brokerage Robinhood’s practice of giving customers a share of stock for opening an account or referring friends could soon cost it a lot more money
TPG is moving forward with its IPO plan
Heard on the Street: Battery startup QuantumScape, a former stock-market darling, still has a market value of $10 billion, which is a lot to take on little but hope and trust
Warby Parker plans to go public via a direct listing, shirking the traditional public-offering process
Norwegian Cruise Line, Zoom and others are striking while the stock market is hot, selling billions of dollars of shares this year to raise cash
Music buyers have been cranking it up, but record label Warner Music's shares have been in a slump. @djtgallagher says its time to tune in.…
Goldman Sachs will require employees and visitors entering its offices to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 starting Sept. 7. It said it was also instituting a mask requirement for all common areas starting Wednesday
U.S. stock futures wobbled, as investors say they're holding off on any big new bets ahead of insights from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell at Jackson Hole on Friday
Meme stocks are ticking higher premarket after a rally on Tuesday saw GameStop and AMC Entertainment surge
U.S. stocks edged up, giving Nasdaq its first close above 15000…
Vietnam's strict Covid-19 policies kept the country largely unscathed for the first 14 months of the pandemic. But the Delta variant slipped through its defenses and disrupted factories.
House Democratic leaders made a last-minute commitment to vote on passing the bipartisan infrastructure bill by the end of next month, in hopes of closing a rift with centrist Democrats
The coronavirus pandemic has heated up the long simmering debate on whether a swath of workers should need a license for jobs such as hair braiding, nursing and fitness training
Heard on the Street: American home builders are finally increasing supply, but part of the reason for sluggish home sales might just be their price
Heard on the Street: A return to bricks-and-mortar shopping is clearly helping: Revenue through Best Buy’s stores last quarter was higher compared with the pre-pandemic period even though it was working with fewer stores
Heard on the Street: A mortgage stock with room to grow
Yale named an internal candidate, Matthew Mendelsohn, to succeed its famed endowment chief, the late David Swensen
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Heard on the Street: Investors seem to have closed the book on Proposition 22, but there are more adventures to be had
Municipal bonds issued three to five years ago are “absolute gold” now, an asset manager says. Here’s why.
Heard on the Street: Adyen’s business was boosted during the pandemic, and the digital provider can keep growing even as real-life shopping returns
The euro is trading near its lowest level against the dollar in nine months as investors bet that the eurozone will maintain lower interest rates and have a slower economic recovery than the U.S.
Heard on the Street: For those who want to add a little healthy fat to their portfolios, avocado play Mission Produce looks like a good bet
Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit said Boeing plans to invest in the satellite-launching startup’s SPAC listing, as the plane maker’s own space program faces hurdles, explains @davidhodari #WSJWhatsNow
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U.S. crops wither under scorching heat
Palo Alto Networks, CrowdStrike, Pinduoduo: Stocks to watch today
U.S. stocks edged up, suggesting that gains in technology stocks will help send the S&P 500 to an all-time high
He's bold. He's ambitious. But is he corrupt? Well, we might find out soon. As @shashamimi reports, Xi Jinping's graft fighters are investigating officials in Hangzhou, where Jack Ma's Alibaba+Ant are based, raising qs abt improperly close ties… via @WSJ
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Iron ore pirces are flaming out following record highs as China's steel output sags.… via @WSJ
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Friday’s ruling on CA Prop 22 changes nothing now, but it also makes for the start of a never ending story. Here’s why investors should care for ⁦@WSJheard⁩ $lyft $dash $uber $grub…
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The U.S. is debating trillions of dollars more in spending that would push its borrowing toward levels policy makers in Japan have long embraced
U.S. factories and service providers report sharply slower growth due to the Delta variant and troubles in hiring and shipping
U.S. stocks kicked off the week on the front foot with Nasdaq and tech stocks leading the way
American banks are more closely scrutinizing transactions with Afghan counterparts as they await clarity on whether U.S. sanctions on the Taliban apply across the nation
Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit said Boeing will invest in the satellite-launching startup’s planned $3.2 billion SPAC listing later this year, an investment that comes as the plane maker’s own space program faces hurdles
“Farmers had high hopes for them bringing in new choices.” Ag-tech startup Indigo is trying to recover from stumbles at its rollout.
Heard on the Street: D.R. Horton, America’s largest home builder, can capitalize on the most promising part of a thriving market
Heard on the Street: Trupanion may be one of those stocks in line for a difficult post-pandemic adjustment as the pet craze abates
At the center of the Fed’s debate: how long the currently higher inflation will last, and what the central bank should do about it. Answers might come soon, when Fed Chairman Powell speaks this week.
Crypto is a global market, but coordinated regulation appears limited.The U.S., Europe and China have taken different approaches to oversight.
Former Anchorage restructuring head joins investment bank PJT
Brawling billionaires have walked away from Herbalife, but there is a bargain waiting here for ordinary investors.
A rapid decline in iron-ore prices is taking Wall Street by surprise after a spring run to record highs
Bitcoin prices topped $50,000 for the first time in three months Monday
The market for private-label mortgage bonds has been nearly dormant since the financial crisis of 2008-09. Now, Wall Street firms are diving back in.
A group that includes Abu Dhabi’s sovereign-wealth fund is close to acquiring a minority stake in Goldman Sachs-backed CityFibre in a deal that would value the U.K. firm at more than $2.7 billion
Shares of Moderna have been on a tear lately, making the Covid-19 vaccine maker the top performer in the S&P 500 this year. But some Wall Street analysts question if the rally can continue. #WSJWhatsNow
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Bitcoin, Pfizer, Uber, GM: What to Watch When the Stock Market Opens Today
U.S. stock futures and international indexes were broadly higher while government bond yields advanced
Cryptocurrency miners moving out of China are facing high costs, hurdles… via @WSJ
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