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It's Time to Grow More Wary of Growth Expectations

It's Time to Grow More Wary of Growth Expectations

GDP and corporate earnings trends are not favorable and increasingly indicate slowing economies here and abroad.

Carmaker Stocks to Favor and to Avoid Amid a Slumping Asian Auto Sector

Carmaker Stocks to Favor and to Avoid Amid a Slumping Asian Auto Sector

Car sales are sliding in China and plummeting in India, which is putting pressure on automakers that sell in those markets.

Nissan CEO to Quit Over 'Inflated Compensation': Report

Nissan CEO to Quit Over 'Inflated Compensation': Report

The news follows the saga of ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn's alleged financial misdeeds.

Chinese Shares Get Their Bounce Back - But for Long?

Chinese Shares Get Their Bounce Back - But for Long?

There was a false dawn in Chinese equities in June. August has witnessed another. Can the markets in Shanghai and Shenzhen continue to gain even as production moves out of China?

Japan Stocks Hit Maximum Pessimism With Abenomics Buying Undone

Japan Stocks Hit Maximum Pessimism With Abenomics Buying Undone

All the equities purchased by international investors at the onset of Abenomics have now been sold. Watch these stocks in case the mood turns.

Market Movers: Gold vs. U.S. Dollar Outlook

Market Movers: Gold vs. U.S. Dollar Outlook

Can the U.S. dollar and gold continue to rally together?

The Countries With the Biggest Ecological Footprints

The Countries With the Biggest Ecological Footprints

We've used up a year's worth of the planet's resources in just seven months.

Starbucks to Offer New Cold Pumpkin Coffee Beverage on Fall Menu

Starbucks to Offer New Cold Pumpkin Coffee Beverage on Fall Menu

The new Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew will be cold-brewed coffee made with 'vanilla, topped with pumpkin cream cold foam and a dusting of pumpkin spice topping," according to Starbucks.

U.S. Closer to Trade Deal With Japan: White House

U.S. Closer to Trade Deal With Japan: White House

Washington is boasting proposed increase in corn and wheat purchases by Japan and other agricultural components of the proposal, but said auto tariffs wouldn't be touched.

SoftBank to Lend Up to $20B to Employees to Invest in Second Vision Fund- Report

SoftBank to Lend Up to $20B to Employees to Invest in Second Vision Fund- Report

Japanese mobile-phone and technology conglomerate SoftBank plans to lend up to $20 billion to its employees to buy stakes in its second giant venture-capital fund.