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WSJ.com: World Markets

Chinese Borrowers Hold Back

The People's Bank of China is pushing big, state-owned banks to lend more, but some businesses don't want the money, complicating the central bank's efforts to aid the economy.

China Cuts Bank Borrowing Costs

China's central bank made a second surprise move this week to ease monetary policy with a cut in short-term borrowing costs for banks.

European Markets Cautious as Scotland Votes

European shares tentatively tracked gains on Wall Street on Thursday, but all eyes rested on the Scottish referendum, keeping moves in both currency and stock markets in a narrow range.

Asia Shares Get Boost From China

Stocks in Hong Kong led Asian markets higher, after China resorted to using another targeted stimulus measure for jump-starting its economy and as a meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve drew near.

China Home Prices Weaken

China's economically vital property market slid for a fourth straight month as more cities reported new-home prices fell in August and at a faster pace, adding to the gloom in the world's second-largest economy.

Shanghai Gold Exchange Launches International Board

The Shanghai Gold Exchange will launch its international board on Thursday night, a bourse official said.

European Shares Bounce Back

European shares bounced back, buoyed by a rise in U.S. stocks on Tuesday and by targeted economic stimulus measures in China, supporting Asian markets.

Russia 'May Tap Rainy-Day Fund'

Russia may tap its reserve fund next year for the first time in six years as the country faces increasing capital flight and decreasing oil prices, a finance ministry official said.

Argentine Peso Hits Record Lows

The Argentine peso hit record lows against the U.S. dollar in black market trading after the central bank reported the biggest one-day drop in its international reserves since the government defaulted on some of its debt July 30.

Russia Central Bank to Provide Currency Swaps for Liquidity

The Bank of Russia said Tuesday it introduced one-day currency swaps to aid banks "better management of the their short-term liquidity".

Dalian Wanda Property Arm Plans Hong Kong IPO

Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties, which is controlled by Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, aims to raise up to $6 billion with a Hong Kong initial public offering.

Latvia to Sell its Banka Citadele Stake to Private Investors

The Latvian government has agreed to sell the state's 75% share in AS Banka Citadele to a private investor group.

China Bans Coal With High Ash Content

China will ban highly polluting types of coal starting next year, making good on a vow its cabinet issued in late 2013 as part of an increasingly tough campaign to clean up its air.

Investors Bet on Japanese Stocks

Japan's economy may be struggling, but corporate profits are growing and the nation's stock market is at an eight-month high.

Oil Prices Fall as China Data Fuel Demand Concerns

Global oil prices deepened their slide after weak industrial and retail data from China raised concerns about demand for crude.

Ruble Hits New Low

The Russian slid below 38 per dollar for the first time ever, pressured by concerns about new sanctions.

'Flipped' Bankers Aid U.S. in Foreign-Exchange Probe

U.S. investigators have turned multiple bank employees into informants in a far-reaching probe of possible manipulation of currency markets, and are preparing to seek criminal charges against individual traders as early as next month.

Uranium Rally Unlikely to Last

A multiweek rally in uranium prices fanned by the Ukraine conflict and unrest at a Canada mine looks unlikely to continue for long.

Greece Bond Sale Exceeds Target

The crisis-battered country's reopening of two medium-term bonds met strong demand, marking another success in Greece's effort to return to international capital markets.

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WSJ.com: Markets

Alibaba IPO Gives Insiders Rare Chance to Sell Early

A swath of early investors in Alibaba will be able to sell more than $8 billion of shares on the day the Chinese e-commerce company goes public, an unusual arrangement that is influencing how bankers price the offering.

Prosecutors Chasing Billions in Uncollected Debts

The Justice Department has been unable to recover $97 billion arising from enforcement actions and other criminal cases, an amount that has tripled since 2004.

Investors Weigh Bid to Break Up DuPont

The campaign to break up DuPont Co.by activist investor Trian Fund Management LP is no slam dunk.

Oracle Sails Uncertain Course

Ahead of the Tape: Even if Oracle beats analysts' estimates for its fiscal first quarter, investors will be left with questions.

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WSJ.com: Deals & Deal Makers

Alibaba IPO Gives Insiders Rare Chance to Sell Early

A swath of early investors in Alibaba will be able to sell more than $8 billion of shares on the day the Chinese e-commerce company goes public, an unusual arrangement that is influencing how bankers price the offering.

Investors Weigh Bid to Break Up DuPont

The campaign to break up DuPont Co.by activist investor Trian Fund Management LP is no slam dunk.

SEC Pulls Over a Fast-Trading Firm

New York-based high-frequency trading firm Latour Trading agreed to pay a $16 million penalty to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges.

Oracle Sails Uncertain Course

Ahead of the Tape: Even if Oracle beats analysts' estimates for its fiscal first quarter, investors will be left with questions.

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WSJ.com: Heard on the Street

Sony Runs Low on Bombshells

Sony's latest restructuring charge related to its mobile phone business spooked investors. But it signals the company is getting close to purging the skeletons in its closet.

China Auto Rental Offers Smooth Ride

China Auto Rental is the first pure-play car-rental company in the world's largest car market. Investors should consider taking it for a spin.

Fed Walks the Expectations Line

One reason the Fed didn't change course at its latest meeting: continued low inflation readings.

No Parting of the Cloud for Rackspace

Rackspace's go-it-alone approach is more of a necessity than a choice.

Oracle Sails Uncertain Course

Ahead of the Tape: Even if Oracle beats analysts' estimates for its fiscal first quarter, investors will be left with questions.

AT&T May Struggle With Trip Down Mexico Way

Although AT&T hasn't yet completed its purchase of DirecTV, it is reportedly considering a purchase of Mexican assets from América Móvil. That could stretch its balance sheet.

Heard: China's Stimulus Has Short Legs

China's central bank is injecting a chunk of money into the economy through five state-owned banks. But the effect is likely to be fleeting.

The Distortionary Power of Zero Rates

Six years and counting: the longer zero interest-rate policies persist, the greater the market distortions.

Calpers Shows Masters of Hedge-Fund Universe Have No Clothes

Calpers's decision to get out of hedge funds underscores that the rapid growth of alternative investment managers hasn't been matched by stellar performance.

Scottish Independence Could Cut Home-Buyers' Currency

Behind the scare stories about house prices is a real risk of an interruption to the supply of mortgage credit in an independent Scotland.

Alibaba's Alipay Treasure is Hard to Tally

Alibaba's affiliated payments business Alipay could generate a substantial payday for the e-commerce giant. But several assumptions are required to put a number on just how big.

Few Thrills at General Mills

Ahead of the Tape: Expect frustration when the packaged-foods behemoth reports quarterly results Wednesday.

Income Data Show a Lost Generation Finding Its Bearings

Incomes for the youngest households rose 10.5% last year, census data showed Tuesday, a hopeful sign for long-term economic growth.

Orange Answers Spanish Challenge with Jazztel

Orange's bid for Jazztel is richly priced, but competition in the Spanish telecom market demanded action from the French company.

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