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U.S. Stocks End Higher as S&P 500 Snaps Losing Streak

The recovery follows a bout of volatility that has tested investors’ confidence in the market’s monthslong rebound.

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HSBC Stock Hits 25-Year Low

Shares in HSBC slumped after news articles detailed “suspicious activity reports” filed by it and other major banks to U.S. authorities, putting fresh pressure on a stock that has already dropped sharply this year.

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How to Think Long Term With Near-Zero Rates

America’s savers and borrowers face possibly harder choices than they did in the previous recession. Here are key considerations.

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Steve Cohen's Point72 Settles With Female Employee in Gender Discrimination Arbitration

Steven A. Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management recently reached a settlement with a female employee who sued the firm in 2018 alleging unfair pay practices and a pervasively sexist work environment.

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Alibaba-Backed Courier to List in Hong Kong

ZTO Express plans to raise up to $1.56 billion, becoming the latest Chinese company to seek a secondary listing in Hong Kong as tensions between the U.S. and China rise.

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'Real' Bond Yields Help Explain Market Moves

Negative inflation-adjusted government bond yields encourage investors to keep taking risks, even after the recent tech-led selloff in stocks.

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Gilead Nears Deal to Buy Immunomedics for More Than $20 Billion

The biotech drugmaker has a market value of roughly $10 billion, meaning that Gilead would be paying up for the company and its prized breast-cancer drug.

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Stocks Close Lower After Early Gains

The Dow and S&P 500 lost momentum through the day as weekly jobless claims held steady, pausing Wednesday’s rebound after a recent technology-led selloff.

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U.S. Stock Futures Rise After Tech Selloff

European equities, U.S. stock futures and oil prices ticked higher a day after a tech rout drove the Nasdaq Composite into correction territory.

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European Stocks Climb as Investors Weigh Tech Resilience

European stocks climbed after wild swings in tech shares dragged markets lower last week. U.S. stock trading is closed for the Labor Day holiday.

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