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Tesla, Procter & Gamble, Apple: Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.

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Credit Suisse Taps Investors for Cash After Archegos Loss Widens

Credit Suisse said it would issue new shares after losses from Archegos Capital Management wiped out a strong first quarter, highlighting the damage caused by the collapse of the investment firm.

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Stocks Slip As Earnings Season Ramps Up

U.S. stocks fell, on track to extend their losses as investors assess blue-chip companies’ profits and sales prospects.

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WeWork's New Stock-Listing Plan Has Echoes of Its Past

The shared office-space company is touting fast future growth and high profitability, similar to the approach that concerned regulators the first time it tried to go public.

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J&J, Morgan Stanley, Coinbase: Stocks That Defined the Week

Here are major companies whose stocks moved on the week’s news.

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Stocks Rise After Strong Earnings, Economic Data

U.S. stocks climbed Thursday as blue-chip companies reported strong earnings and fresh economic data showed a sharp improvement in consumer spending and the labor market.

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OPEC Sees Oil Demand Boosted by Stimulus, Vaccine

Some of the world’s wealthiest nations are grappling with stubborn coronavirus rates, but a brightening outlook and historic stimulus packages will boost economic activity and oil demand this year, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries said.

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Defaults Fall Again, Aiding Rally in Low-Rated Debt

Defaults for an index of speculative-grade loans to U.S. companies over the past year fell to 3.15% as of March, the lowest level since last April.

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Coinbase's Lofty Valuation Might Erode as Crypto Markets Mature

Cryptocurrency giant Coinbase Global’s stock-market debut on Wednesday is expected to be a blockbuster, though doubts persist about a lofty valuation for the digital currency exchange.

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SEC Seeks Clearer Disclosures to Investors of SPAC Deals

Companies that go public through mergers with blank-check companies, also known as special-purpose acquisition vehicles, aren’t free to tout misleading or questionable projections of future growth, a senior regulator said Thursday.

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