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WSJ.com: World Markets

Asian Shares Lower

Trading in Asia was relatively calm Thursday, though stocks in Japan and China slipped as investors assessed the latest read on Chinese manufacturing activity.

Nickel's Slide Extends Roller-Coaster Ride

Nickel prices have sunk to their lowest level since March, extending a roller-coaster year for investors, amid a gloomy economic outlook and fallout from a trade-financing scandal in China.

Coal Miners Flood Market

Miners are shoveling more metallurgical coal on to a global market already awash with the steelmaking commodity, delaying any recovery in prices that are at multiyear lows.

U.K. Regulator Says HSBC Breached SME Loan Rules

HSBC was criticized by the U.K.’s antitrust regulator for breaching its rules by forcing small and medium-sized businesses to open business accounts to get a loan.

Turkish Bank Boosts Greek Parent

Turkey’s Finansbank plans to increase its share capital buffers by 25% in a secondary public offering of stock, a move designed to shore up the finances of its Greek parent, National Bank of Greece.

European Stocks Rise on ECB Stimulus News

European shares continued to climb following a rally sparked by the possibility of further stimulus measures from the European Central Bank.

Eurozone Economy Still 'In Danger Zone' Says ECB's Mersch

Yves Mersch, a member of the European Central Bank’s Executive Board, warned that the eurozone economy was still fragile and authorities needed to adapt regulations to stimulate demand for asset-backed securities.

McDonald's Struggles to Regain Its Cool in China

From a food-safety scandal to increased competition in the fast-food industry, McDonald’s is struggling to revive its fortunes in China.

Investors in Emerging Markets Cool on Consumer Stocks

Consumer staples in countries from India to China have outperformed the broader emerging market index by about 50% since 2008, but the rally is showing cracks.

Russia Didn't Intervene to Support Ruble on Monday

Russia’s central bank didn’t intervene in the market to support the ruble on Oct. 20, spending no funds from its reserves for the first time since the beginning of the month.

European Bankers Broadcast Stress-Test Messages

Europe’s banks will get the results of a key health check Sunday and many executives are looking to pre-empt surprises ahead of the outcome of the so-called stress tests.

Asian Shares Rally

Stocks in Japan surged for a second time this week while Hong Kong emerged as one of the best-performing Asian indexes this month, as bargain hunters returned despite a recent bout of volatility in global markets.

Nordea Bank Committed to Operations in Russia

The Nordics’ biggest lender said is committed to its banking operations in Russia despite geopolitical tensions, slowing growth and a time-consuming need to screen all transactions in that country for compliance with international sanctions.

ECB Mulls Buying Corporate Bonds

The European Central Bank is considering purchasing corporate bonds as an option if it concludes that more expansive measures are needed to pump money into the eurozone’s economy, people familiar with the matter said.

Banco Espírito Santo Investment Bank Looks for Suitors

Investment bank’s management has approached possible buyers in China, Dubai and Mexico about possibility of spinning off unit from Novo Banco.

China Growth Slowest in Five Years

China’s economy grew at its slowest pace for five years in the third quarter, suggesting the government’s targeted easing measures to boost economic growth haven’t yielded expected results.

Swiss Floor on Franc-Euro Rate Called Key to Monetary Policy

The Swiss National Bank’s currency floor of 1.20 Swiss francs ($1.27) per euro remains a key element of monetary policy due to the strength of the Swiss franc, a governing board member said Tuesday.

Bank of Canada Seen Steady on Rate

Canada’s central bank has a litany of reasons to hold its key policy rate at 1% Wednesday and keep signaling it is in no hurry to raise interest rates. If the Fed delays raising rates, the Bank of Canada is likely to pull the trigger even later, economists say.

Mexican Stock Exchange's Chief Stepping Down

Luis Téllez, chief executive of Bolsa Mexicana de Valores SAB, was recently named to country’s petroleum fund.

Romania, Colombia Tap Bond Markets

Colombia and Romania moved into the sovereign bond market Tuesday, signaling that investors’ appetite for higher yielding but riskier debt hasn't been knocked off kilter by last week’s market turmoil.

Chinese Go After Hong Kong Brokerages

Chinese companies eager to establish a foothold in Hong Kong before a widely anticipated stock-trading link between the city and Shanghai opens this year are gobbling up small brokerages.

Markets Are Diverging in the Emerging World

India and Indonesia have benefited from perceptions new leaders will help businesses. The story is different in Brazil, South Africa and Turkey.

Seeking Positives in Negative Yields

Some European bond yields have gone negative as rates hit record lows and lenders are looking for places to park their surplus cash.

Investors See Reasons to Jump Into U.S. Markets

A resurgent dollar is remaking the investment landscape as Fed stimulus ends, in a shift many fund managers expect will propel U.S. stocks, and even bonds, to fresh gains.

Oil Tanks as Supply Overwhelms Demand

A global glut of oil sent prices skidding this summer, and demand is expected to remain soft in the coming months.

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WSJ.com: Markets

Scion Moves Into Spotlight on M&A Stage

Jho Low, of Jynwel Capital, used to generate headlines for his lavish partying with the likes of Paris Hilton. Now, he is more likely to draw attention for his deal making.

Dimon: Cancer Hasn't Changed What I Want to Do

J.P. Morgan Chairman and CEO James Dimon said his throat cancer hasn’t changed what he wants to do in life, saying he sees himself teaching or helping a charity someday.

Another Blow to Hedge Funds: Spinoff Bets

U.S. companies are selling off divisions at a record pace, but such moves aren’t boosting shares as they did in the past. That has meant losses for some hedge funds that seek to profit from—and sometimes actively push for—such corporate splits.

Wells Fargo Banks on European Real Estate

Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. commercial-property lender, is pushing deeper into Europe amid worries about the strength of the U.K. market and as eurozone countries slide toward recession.

Bay Area's Office Boom Stalls in the East

San Francisco’s ability to nurture homegrown technology companies and lure larger ones from Silicon Valley has been a modern-day gold rush for the city’s property owners. So far, though, the spoils haven’t reached the city’s neighbors across the bay.

Investor's Solo Act Is a Hit in Houston

When APF Properties was seeking a partner to acquire an office building in Houston’s ritzy West Loop/Galleria area, it was turned down by 60 investor groups. A year later, it has proved to be one of the best investments in the 19-year history of the New York firm.

In Japan, Property Investors Widen Their Hunt

Sky-high prices for buildings in central Tokyo—part of one property sold for $1.7 billion—have investors looking elsewhere in Japan.

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WSJ.com: Deals & Deal Makers

Turkish Bank Boosts Greek Parent

Turkey’s Finansbank plans to increase its share capital buffers by 25% in a secondary public offering of stock, a move designed to shore up the finances of its Greek parent, National Bank of Greece.

Coal Miners Flood Market

Miners are shoveling more metallurgical coal on to a global market already awash with the steelmaking commodity, delaying any recovery in prices that are at multiyear lows.

McDonald's Struggles to Regain Its Cool in China

From a food-safety scandal to increased competition in the fast-food industry, McDonald’s is struggling to revive its fortunes in China.

Visa Raises Dividend by 20%

Visa Inc. is increasing its dividend by 20%, just a year after boosting the payout by 21%.

Total Names Patrick Pouyanné CEO

Total named refining and chemicals head Patrick Pouyanné as its new chief executive after the death of Christophe de Margerie in a Moscow plane crash.

Fracking Firms: Victims of Their Own Success

The fracking surge in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale has caused gas prices to crater, forcing drillers to re-evaluate operations.

Bingham McCutchen Law Firm Weighs Options

Struggling Boston law firm Bingham McCutchen is appealing to its partners to stick around, and says profitability is improving after a tough 18 months marked by lawyer exits and sliding revenue.

Low Inflation, Flatter COLA: Social Security Benefits to Get 1.7% Bump

Tens of millions of elderly and disabled Americans will see a small bump in their Social Security payments next year, another reflection of a sluggish economic recovery that has kept inflation low.

Investors in Emerging Markets Cool on Consumer Stocks

Consumer staples in countries from India to China have outperformed the broader emerging market index by about 50% since 2008, but the rally is showing cracks.

Ex-Im Bank's Uncertain Future Worries Small Firms

A decision by Congress to extend the Export-Import Bank only temporarily is raising concern among business owners who say they rely on the credit agency to lower the risks of exporting.

GlaxoSmithKline Unveils Cost-Saving Plan

GlaxoSmithKline announced new cost savings, plans to explore a partial listing of its ViiV Healthcare business and better-than-expected earnings.

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WSJ.com: Heard on the Street

Legal Undertow Tugs at Fannie, Freddie

Heard on the Street: Another federal court has vindicated the FHFA’s expansive view of its powers as conservator of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. That is bad news for their shareholders.

Low Inflation Strings Along the Fed

Heard on the Street: Inflation has cooled and is poised to get cooler, putting the probable date at which the Federal Reserve begins raising rates even further into the future.

The Real Reason to Stress about Europe's Bank Test

Heard on the Street: With the release of European bank stress tests looming, many investors have focused on how bad they may be. But a glass half-full approach may be what is warranted.

Time for Amazon to Turn the Page

Ahead of the Tape: Amazon’s share price has recovered from its tumble after the Fire phone’s flop, but recent weakness suggests investors are running out of patience.

Samsung Finds Strength in Family of Products

Samsung Electronics’ heyday as a smartphone giant may have passed. Its other businesses are well worth owning.

U.K. Debt Bet Challenged by BOE Gloom

German government bonds have beaten U.K. ones hands down since late 2012. But low inflation and growth jitters are changing the picture.

Hogs Beat Burgers in a Volatile World

Coke, McDonald’s and IBM have all disappointed this week, which should push U.S. investors to focus on home comforts.

Searching for Answers at Yahoo

Yahoo’s third-quarter results offered some glimmers of hope, but the company didn’t answer investors’ big questions.

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