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WSJ.com: World Markets

Central Banks Are Pressed to Revisit the Golden Age

The financial crisis and its aftermath have revived interest in gold as a monetary policy instrument, especially in Europe, where central banks face public pressure to buy gold or bring back home what they hold overseas.

Oil Prices Fall After OPEC Stays Put

OPEC members agreed to stick to the oil-producer group’s existing output target—a move that would require modest cuts in production but which stops well short of the stronger action some members had called for to bolster prices.

Peruvian Potatoes Pack a Peck of Problems

A team of agricultural specialists and customs officers are manning their posts at JFK airport, making use of floppy-eared beagles to sniff out contraband and a massive industrial grinder to destroy it.

Oil Falls in Asia After OPEC Decision

Oil prices extended losses in Asia on Friday to trade at their lowest levels in more than four years, after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries left its output target unchanged.

OPEC Decision Continues to Hit Stocks and Currencies

The tumbling price of oil hammered commodity-dependent currencies as well as shares in oil and gas companies, a day after OPEC kept its output target.

Russian Ruble Falls to New Lows

The Russian ruble has weakened to new lows in early trading, hit by a drop in oil prices after OPEC members rejected calls for drastic action to cut their oil output.

Australian Shares Slump

Energy stocks pulled Australia’s market sharply lower after the world’s biggest oil-producing nations rejected calls to cut their output, sending crude prices into a tailspin.

Privatization Pace Worries Vietnam Investors

Vietnam’s reputation as a fast-growing frontier market with a stable regime is being threatened by the government’s squeamishness about selling off state-owned companies.

Eurozone Bonds Surge

Eurozone government-bond prices soared to records, buoyed by growing expectations that the European Central Bank will buy sovereign debt to stimulate the region’s faltering economy.

Pakistan Issues $1 Billion of Bonds

Pakistan raised $1 billion through an Islamic bond issue, its first such issue in nearly a decade, in a bid to boost the country’s economy, finance ministry officials said.

Global Investors Plow Cash Into Asian Stocks

Neither double-digit gains in a handful of markets, nor the risk of higher interest rates in the U.S. have diminished investor appetite for stocks in the region.

ECB May Buy Sovereign Bonds Early 2015, Says Constancio

European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio sent the strongest signal to date that the ECB is prepared to buy government bonds early next year if it decides that more aggressive stimulus measures are needed.

Russia's Sberbank Profit Slumps

Russia’s Sberbank, the country’s biggest lender, reported a 25% slump in third-quarter net profit on rising provisions for bad loans as the bank felt the impact of the crisis in Ukraine, Russia’s economic stagnation and a weak ruble.

Woowa Brothers Attracts $36 Million in Funding Round

Woowa Brothers, a South Korean startup that operates the country’s most popular food-delivery mobile service, attracted $36 million in a new round of funding led by Goldman Sachs.

OPEC Members Near Compromise on Supply Cuts

OPEC members are inching toward a compromise that could lead them to cut oil supplies by adhering more strictly to agreed production ceilings.

Russia Won't Cut Oil Production to Support Prices

Russia’s oil czar said the country wouldn’t reduce oil production to support prices, raising the stakes ahead of a crunch summit of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries on Thursday.

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

Central Banks Are Pressed to Revisit the Golden Age

The financial crisis and its aftermath have revived interest in gold as a monetary policy instrument, especially in Europe, where central banks face public pressure to buy gold or bring back home what they hold overseas.

Yes, Virginia, There Is a Stock Rally

Ahead of the Tape: December’s ‘Santa Claus rally’ appears to have gotten better with age, as the past five years have seen the S&P 500 gain nearly 2.5% on average during the month.

Peruvian Potatoes Pack a Peck of Problems

A team of agricultural specialists and customs officers are manning their posts at JFK airport, making use of floppy-eared beagles to sniff out contraband, and a massive industrial grinder to destroy it.

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WSJ.com: Deals & Deal Makers

Partners in Law Go to Bat for Banks

When BNP Paribas SA stared down the barrel of an unprecedented criminal settlement for violating U.S. economic sanctions, it turned to a reliable source of help: Sullivan & Cromwell LLP.

CEOs' Test: Dealing With Activist Investors

Shareholders have become more assertive in challenging CEOs since the financial crisis. How chief executives respond has become a new measure of their mettle.

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WSJ.com: Heard on the Street

OPEC's Weapon of Mass Inaction

OPEC’s decision not to cut oil output targets lets Saudi Arabia squeeze rivals on several fronts—including within the cartel’s own ranks.

China Lays Down Deposit on Banking Reform

China’s expected move to implement a bank deposit insurance system is the biggest signal yet that Beijing is serious about fixing its financial system.

There's No Recession at Japan Inc.

Japanese companies have remained profitable despite a technical recession, a sign that Japan’s fortunes may not be as bad as they seem.

Yes, Virginia, There Is a Stock Rally

Ahead of the Tape: December’s ‘Santa Claus rally’ appears to have gotten better with age, as the past five years have seen the S&P 500 gain nearly 2.5% on average during the month.

Giving Credit to ECB's Easing Obstacles

The ECB may consider buying government bonds next year, says Vice President Vitor Constancio. Purchases will confront the central bank with some thorny issues.

BG's Pay Woes Are Performance-Related

Investors have balked at the handsome pay package offered to the new chief executive of BG. On top of the proposed share award, measuring the new boss’ performance looks an issue.

Apple's Bigger Slice of the Smartphone Pie

Investors are counting on the iPhone 6 to regain some share for Apple in the smartphone market and boost its lucrative ecosystem. They may be right.

U.K. Bonds Feel the Chill From Europe

Until recently, the markets thought the Bank of England might even be ahead of the Federal Reserve in raising rates. Europe’s troubles have changed the outlook radically.

Stay Focused on Samsung End Game

Samsung’s controlling family has made the opening moves in a massive restructuring of the conglomerate. Investors in crown jewel Samsung Electronics should ultimately benefit.

Novo Could Put Money Where Its Mouth Is

Novo has managed to damp fears of a price war in insulin. But worries about mounting competition could make the Danish diabetes specialist more geared to the success or failure of its pipeline drugs.

Sears's Great Holiday Retail Giveaway

Sears’s languid sales and store closings point to strong market-share gains for its retail rivals such as Home Depot and Lowe’s.

Banks Ready to Tap New Profit Well

Banks can’t expect to see much more benefit from loan-loss-reserve releases. Investors shouldn’t be alarmed.

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