News Archive for January 18, 2018

  • Asian Stocks Lose Morning Strength as Dollar Fades

    GLOBAL MARKETS Asian Stocks Lose Morning Strength as Dollar Fades Asia-Pacific stocks softened Thursday afternoon after initially building on Wall Street’s latest records. Indexes in Japan, Hong Kong and New Zealand were among those giving up early gains.

  • Diesel Demand Boosted Crude, But May Now Hurt It

    Diesel Demand Boosted Crude, But May Now Hurt It Robust demand for diesel has helped fuel the oil rally since the end of August—but the fuel’s popularity could now hinder crude’s further ascent.

  • Time For A New Policy on Chinese Insurance Giants

    Heard on the Street Time for a New Policy on Chinese Insurance Giants? 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.

  • Can Mark Zuckerberg Bend Facebook Without Breaking It

    Heard on the Street Can Mark Zuckerberg Bend Facebook Without Breaking It? 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.

  • What’s News: World-Wide

    What’s News: World-Wide What’s News: World-Wide

  • What’s News: Business & Finance

    What’s News: Business & Finance What’s News: Business & Finance

  • Trump Administration Shuts Haiti Out of Seasonal Worker Program

    Trump Administration Shuts Haiti Out of Seasonal Worker Program The Trump administration is further tightening U.S. work visa rules for Haitians, as it plans to remove the country from a program for temporary seasonal jobs, weeks after ending another visa program that allowed tens of thousands of others to live and work in the U.S.

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