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WSJ.com: World Markets

Market Chilly to Argentine Debt Proposal

Argentina's options are dwindling after its latest proposal to exit default by sidestepping a U.S. court order met with skepticism in financial markets on Wednesday.

Bond Sales in Africa Losing Allure

African governments are on pace to issue a record amount of bonds in 2014, but global investors' appetite for African bonds may be testing its limit.

Top U.K. Fund Manager Neil Woodford Says Equities Overvalued

One of the U.K.'s top fund managers of recent years, Neil Woodford, is warning that equity markets are highly overvalued, with growth in Europe and the U.K. particularly worrying.

Pound Fluctuates on BOE Minutes

The British pound was buffeted by minutes from the Bank of England showing that two officials had pushed for an immediate rise in interest rates in August.

Mexico's Pemex Prepares to Compete With Private Firms

State-owned oil company Petróleos Mexicanos said it is creating drilling, logistics and electricity affiliates as it restructures its operations to compete with private oil firms.

Canada's Big Banks Seen Reporting Mixed Results

Canada's big banks begin reporting third-quarter earnings this week and are expected to produce mixed results year-over-year amid middling loan growth and strong capital-markets activity.

Germany Pays No Return on Debt

Germany paid no return at an auction of a new series of two-year debt, in a sign that the search for havens remains a priority for investors.

Norway Oil Fund Eyes Russia Risks

The effect on European equities of tensions between Russia and the West could pose a challenge to Norway's $890 billion sovereign-wealth fund.

Citi Japan Unit's Clients Seen as Attractive

Citigroup's plan to sell its Japanese retail-bank unit may draw some interest from Japanese banks not because the unit is a big moneymaker but because it is thought to have a relatively wealthy customer base.

Sam Zell, Ex-Partner Face Off in Emerging Markets

Since an acrimonious split, Sam Zell and his former partner Gary Garrabrant have kept their distance. Now they are preparing to square off on turf they once conquered together: emerging-markets real estate.

Asian Shares Mixed

Most Asian stock markets were little changed, though Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng reached another six-year high.

U.S. Construction Shifts to Second Tier

Construction projects in cities across the country that stalled during the economic downturn now are getting the green light, an indication that the real-estate recovery is spreading beyond a handful of urban areas.

Tech Sector's Capital Infusion

Washington's commercial-real-estate market is getting a boost from the technology sector.

Plots & Ploys: News Summary

MediaNews Group is putting its real estate on the block; Investors are pouring money into health-care properties; Swedish construction giant Skanska invests in more public-infrastructure projects.

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WSJ.com: Markets

Bond Sales in Africa Losing Allure

African governments are on pace to issue a record amount of bonds in 2014, but global investors' appetite for African bonds may be testing its limit.

Wells Fargo Seeks to Boost Asset-Management Business

Wells Fargo is aiming to double the size of its asset-management unit to $1 trillion over the next decade through acquisitions and more aggressive sales to big investors, according to executives carrying out the plan.

Broken Commitment Ruined Vascular Biogenics IPO

Vascular Biogenics' shares had been trading for six days when its IPO was canceled and all those trades undone. The reason: A condition outlined in its prospectus wasn't met.

Sam Zell, Ex-Partner Face Off in Emerging Markets

Since an acrimonious split, Sam Zell and his former partner Gary Garrabrant have kept their distance. Now they are preparing to square off on turf they once conquered together: emerging-markets real estate.

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WSJ.com: Deals & Deal Makers

BHP Plans Massive Restructuring

BHP said it would split off nickel, aluminum and other properties into a new company that could be valued at up to $12 billion, in what would be one of the biggest asset sales in mining history.

Walgreen Shakeup After Bad Projection

The drugstore giant pressured its CFO and pharmacy chief to leave after a bungled forecast of pharmacy profits related to its Medicare prescription-drug business.

U.K. Currency Gets Pounded

The pound sank to a four-month low against the dollar as slower-than-expected inflation prompted investors to dial back their bets on an early interest rate rise by the Bank of England.

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WSJ.com: Heard on the Street

America Inc. Gets Schooled on Wages

Corporate complaints about a dearth of qualified workers, despite still-high unemployment, could foretell coming pressure on profit margins.

Youku Streams Problems Alibaba's Way

Alibaba's online streaming partner Youku Tudou reported disappointing results. It's another worrying sign for Alibaba's move into the entertainment space.

Bonus Points Scarcer at GameStop

Ahead of the Tape: GameStop's shares may be worthwhile at their current valuation, but any slippage in its gross margin could change that in a hurry.

Glencore Deserves Credit for Buyback

Glencore's Ivan Glasenberg has become the first mining boss this year to hand money back to shareholders, announcing a $1 billion share buyback. That isn't the only place he can claim some vindication.

American Eagle Flies in Face of Short Sellers

Same-store sales continued to fall at American Eagle Outfitters, but its stock benefited from low expectations.

Fortescue Remains Chained to Its Ore

Australian iron ore miner Fortescue Metals showcased an impressive performance in cutting costs and paying down debt. But its fate remains very much tied to the price of iron ore.

U.K. Rates Need Firmer Footing

Two surprise votes for a rate hike are unlikely to signal imminent change at the Bank of England. An increase has the potential to undermine the energy of Britain's economic game.

Alibaba Investors Find Cheap Entry Through Dongxiang

Alibaba's upcoming IPO should provide a substantial boost to a little known company listed in Hong Kong called China Dongxiang Group. Investors should get in early.

Housing Escapes the Summertime Blues

Strong July housing starts dispel winter fears of a waning recovery.

Sprint Price Cuts: Too Little, Too Soon

Sprint's latest pricing plan is meant to curb subscriber losses, but it is still playing catch-up with T-Mobile.

BHP Leaves Investors in a Spin

BHP Billiton's shares fell when it said it would spin off a collection of non-core assets. The move makes sense but included other elements that rattled investors.

Euro-Zone PMI Likely Holds Few Surprises

Ahead of the Tape: Absent a big rise or fall, August's Markit Purchasing Managers' Index will still reflect Europe's lackluster growth.

Apple's New iPhone Could Crack GT's Stock

GT Advanced Technologies has high targets to hit as it races to get a sapphire production facility ready for Apple—but the stock price assumes a lot already.

Be Sure to Check Home Depot's Foundation

Ahead of the Tape: Home Depot's strong performance has made it a Wall Street favorite, but don't count on more heady gains.

Match May Not Light IAC's Fire

Investors hoping for a big breakup to unlock value at IAC/InterActiveCorp may be looking for love in the wrong places.

Roche Turns Cash Sights on Chugai

Cash-rich Roche is reportedly eyeing a $10 billion deal to take full control of Chugai Pharmaceutical. That may reflect a dearth of attractive opportunities elsewhere.

Zoomlion's Quixotic Search for Greener Pastures

Zoomlion Heavy Industry's purchase of a tractor company Chery Heavy is a play to diversify away from China's dreary construction sector. But it comes at a high price for shareholders.

MLP Rate Risk Isn't Closed Off

MLP investments have been resilient to higher Treasury yields in the past year, but closed-end funds pose a risk when interest rates go up.

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