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WSJ.com: World Markets

Plunging Ruble Poses Test for Putin

The plunging ruble, driven by sanctions and dropping oil prices, is reawakening fears of the kind of financial crises Russian President Vladimir Putin has sought to put behind his country.

Ruble Volatile Despite Intervention

The ruble strengthened in afternoon trading after Russia’s central bank announced measures to shore up the country’s banks following another volatile day for the currency.

European Stocks Buffeted by Oil

European markets endured another turbulent session, buffeted by a fresh slump and then a sudden and ferocious recovery in the price of oil.

Asia Markets Shake Off Turmoil

Stocks in Asia mostly shook off turmoil in emerging markets, with Shanghai and Japan rising on Wednesday ahead of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s policy outlook.

Nigeria's Currency at Record Low

Nigeria’s currency slumped to an all-time low against the dollar, pummeled by the tumbling price of oil, rendering the central bank’s staunch efforts to stem the decline ineffective.

Benchmark Overhaul Hits Hurdles

U.K. regulators are expected to report in coming weeks on plans to fix global financial benchmarks. But efforts so far under way are already running into difficulties.

Portugal's Banco BPI Eyes Novo Banco

Portuguese lender Banco BPI said that it will participate in the first round of the bidding process for Novo Banco SA.

Hong Kong Is Second for IPOs

A rush of multibillion-dollar initial public offerings in the last month has pushed Hong Kong into second place in the global IPO rankings, behind New York, home to the record Alibaba listing in September.

Brazil to Maintain Currency-Strengthening Move

Brazilian central bank President Alexandre Tombini said the bank plans to continue its program of regularly auctioning currency-swap contracts, a move that could help prop up the country’s rapidly weakening currency.

ICBC Banker Wrapped Up in Two Lawsuits

A senior banker at a state-owned Chinese bank is embroiled in two lawsuits, one in which he is defending himself against his former employer and another in which he is demanding money back from his personal bank.

Dalian Wanda Raises $3.7 Billion

Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties raised $3.7 billion in an initial public offering in Hong Kong after pricing the deal near the high end of an indicative price range

Biotech Seed Makers Try to Defuse Trade Uncertainties

The U.S. agricultural industry is crafting a framework for launching new biotech seeds in an attempt to avoid the types of trade disruptions blamed for hundreds of millions of dollars in losses over the past year.

Emerging Markets Tumble on Oil Jitters

Markets across the developing world fell on Monday, on heightened jitters over falling oil prices and U.S. monetary tightening.

Investment Banks Enjoy Asia Deal Boom

Investment banks in Asia are finishing up their busiest year since 2010, helped by strong IPO activity and especially Alibaba’s record offering.

Canada to Clamp Down on Routing Stock Orders to U.S.

Canadian regulators signaled Monday that they are moving ahead with plans to clamp down on efforts by domestic brokers to route stock orders to U.S. trading venues.

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

Banks Find Niche Helping Firms Defend Against Activists

Shareholder activism is proving to be big business for Wall Street, providing banks with opportunities to cozy up to coveted corporate clients and position themselves to reap hefty fees.

China Warms To a More Flexible Yuan

After years of allowing nearly uninterrupted gains in the yuan, China is growing more willing to let it depreciate modestly while seeking to add flexibility to its trading.

Russian Controls Would Risk Capital Chaos

Heard on the Street: The ruble’s slide has sparked talk of Moscow introducing capital controls—which could worsen the crisis.

Nike's Stock's Latest Sport: Mountain Climbing

Ahead of the Tape: Shares of Nike have had a terrific run, but at this point the sportswear maker might slow its pace.

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WSJ.com: Deals & Deal Makers

Fed Sets Stage for Rate Hikes in 2015

The Federal Reserve took a delicate step toward raising short-term interest rates in 2015, but at the same time exposed its skittishness about signaling a historic move away from easy-money policies in place since the global financial crisis.

Nike's Stock's Latest Sport: Mountain Climbing

Ahead of the Tape: Shares of Nike have had a terrific run, but at this point the sportswear maker might slow its pace.

China Warms to a More Flexible Yuan

After years of allowing nearly uninterrupted gains in the yuan, China is growing more willing to let it depreciate modestly while seeking to add flexibility to its trading.

China Home Prices Fall Further

The average price of new homes in 70 Chinese cities continued to fall in November, signaling a decline in home prices hasn’t run its course.

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WSJ.com: Heard on the Street

Playing Patience With the Fed

With inflation measures cued to go negative, the Federal Reserve will have a hard time raising rates by mid-2015.

Russian Controls Would Risk Capital Chaos

Heard on the Street: The ruble’s slide has sparked talk of Moscow introducing capital controls—which could worsen the crisis.

Nike's Stock's Latest Sport: Mountain Climbing

Ahead of the Tape: Shares of Nike have had a terrific run, but at this point the sportswear maker might slow its pace.

BlackBerry's Classic Gambit

Even with lowered expectations, BlackBerry needs to sell enough of its newest smartphones to meet Wall Street’s targets and further its turnaround.

Standard Chartered Stressed Out On the Fringes

While the U.K.-based bank passed the country’s stress tests, they highlighted its irrelevance to the economy and lack of a true home.

From Russia, Geely Feels No Love

Geely Automobile’s shares plunged on woes from exposure to the ruble as well as homegrown problems in China. More surprises could be in store.

Yield Seekers Prone to Russia's Disease

Russia’s sudden economic crisis is intersecting with financial markets geared towards a different set of risks—a recipe for contagion.

Picking Through the Ruble with Banks

Bumpy markets may have a silver lining for U.S. banks: higher trading revenues.

Russia's Ruble Crisis Is Red Alert for Investors

The ruble collapsed to new record lows Tuesday despite the central bank lifting rates to 17%. Russia is posing risks to global markets.

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