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WSJ.com: World Markets

European Bank Tests Could Bring Relief

European banks will need to come up with a total of about $12.6 billion to fill capital holes identified in regulatory “stress tests,” analysts say, a relatively modest amount that some investors expect will cheer markets.

Japan Stocks Snap Losing Streak

Japanese stocks snapped a four-week losing streak, leading a rebound in Asian markets, as the dollar regained strength against the yen and global volatility eased.

Argentina Sells $983 Million In Dollar-Linked Bonds

Argentina sold $983 million in U.S. dollar-linked bonds to local institutional investors such as banks and insurers even as it remains locked out of global credit markets.

London Real-Estate Market May Be Cooling

Homes in the U.K. capital have been among the hottest global assets in recent years, but signs continue to suggest the heat is escaping.

Europe Stocks Boosted

Stronger-than-expected manufacturing and services data helped European stock indexes extend their recent bounceback, as investors shrugged off a lackluster batch of earnings reports.

Dollar Bulls Slow the Stampede

Some investors said they have become wary of adding to bets that the greenback would rise, after worries flared anew recently about the health of the global economy.

Russia's Ruble at All-Time Low

The Russian ruble weakened to fresh all-time lows versus the euro-dollar basket in early trade as oil prices again dipped lower.

U.S. Stocks Rally

U.S. stocks staged a strong rally, as healthy corporate earnings cleared the way for the market to resume its rebound from recent sharp losses.

Foreign Firms Pull Back in China

The People’s Money: For years, multinationals plowed money into China. Now, a combination of slower growth, weak global demand and a feeling Beijing has singled out foreign firms for regulatory crackdowns is pushing companies to cut back.

Weak Yen Pressures Japan Firms in China

The yen’s sharp decline against the yuan is clobbering some Japanese companies operating in China, forcing them to rethink businesses there.

Bulgaria Prepares to Pull Troubled Bank's Plug

Bulgaria’s central bank said it is ready to let the country’s fourth-largest bank fail but urged parliament to approve the government’s topping up a fund to compensate depositors after an audit found a 4.22 billion lev ($2.73 billion) hole in the troubled bank’s accounts.

Swiss Banks Want Changes in Justice Dept. Hidden Account Program

Dozens of Swiss banks are pushing back against the rigors of a U.S. Justice Department program designed to dig up hidden American accounts.

Japan Auctions Bonds With Negative Yields

Japan joins a small group of countries in which investors are in the unusual position of actually paying the government to lend it money.

Asian Shares Lose Ground

Stocks in Japan and China slipped as investors assessed the latest read on Chinese manufacturing. In Tokyo, Takata lost 6.2% following news that U.S. prosecutors are investigating the firm in connection with defective air bags.

Gold Demand in India, China on the Rise

Consumers in India and China, the world’s two biggest buyers of gold, have started buying again after prices fell to a 2014 low earlier this month.

China's Plans for Aid Bank Fall Short

Many of the countries the Chinese government had hoped would join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank won’t be present at the signing of a preliminary agreement in Beijing, as U.S. officials attempt to persuade them not to participate.

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

Buffett Puts Wind in Berkshire's Sails

Famed billionaire Warren Buffett has doubled down on renewables—and wind power in particular—in his energy strategy.

Janus Says Profit Rises 25%

Bond kingpin Bill Gross’s new home, Janus Capital Group, said its profit rose 25% as its revenue and assets under management grew.

J.P. Morgan Warned on China Hiring Before Probe

Several executives at J.P. Morgan Chase in New York were warned of potential problems related to the bank’s hiring practices in China more than a year before the program came under scrutiny by the U.S. government.

London Real-Estate Market May Be Cooling

Homes in the U.K. capital have been among the hottest global assets in recent years, but signs continue to suggest the heat is escaping.

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WSJ.com: Deals & Deal Makers

Buffett Puts Wind in Berkshire's Sails

Famed billionaire Warren Buffett has doubled down on renewables—and wind power in particular—in his energy strategy.

Janus Says Profit Rises 25%

Bond kingpin Bill Gross’s new home, Janus Capital Group, said its profit rose 25% as its revenue and assets under management grew.

London Real-Estate Market May Be Cooling

Homes in the U.K. capital have been among the hottest global assets in recent years, but signs continue to suggest the heat is escaping.

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WSJ.com: Heard on the Street

Yelp Deserves Credit for a Steady Hand

Yelp’s core local advertising business remains strong, even if the stock’s high valuation makes investors jumpy.

China Law Reform Leaves Investors Hanging

China’s promises to reform its legal system offer little more than comforting rhetoric. For business, China will remain a bumpy legal terrain.

Stronger Dollar Could Soak P&G, Colgate

Ahead of the Tape: Procter & Gamble and Colgate-Palmolive have been hurt by a strengthening in the dollar, as should be apparent when they report results Friday.

AT&T's Taxing Cash Conundrum

AT&T had a weak third quarter. But one of its big attractions, its dividend, presents another problem.

Accounting for Tesco's Deeper Malaise

U.K. retailer Tesco has contained the damage from accounting irregularities discovered last month, but it still awaits a desperately needed strategic overhaul.

Natural-Gas Bulls: Better Luck Next Year

Cold weather can boost natural gas prices, but investors would be better to target early 2016 rather than the coming winter.

Credit Suisse Stares Up the Return Mountain

Credit Suisse saw some big steps forward in its fixed income trading and wealth management businesses in the third quarter, but better returns for shareholders are a way off.

Unilever Should Bite Back

Emerging-markets woes are weighing on Unilever. It should use the opportunity to do some deal making.

China's Lack of Drama Is Likely an Intermission

China’s economy looks to be holding up for now. But another period of drama can’t be too far ahead.

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