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Futures News - WSJ.com: Markets
From today, October 17, 2017
- Why It's Time to Get Back into Goldman
Wall Street?s big two investment banks, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs, have shown that they can perform reasonably well even when the environment is tough. What happens if things get better?
- Chinese Cash Will Help Aramco Prove Its Relevancy
With Saudi Arabia bleeding market share in both of the world?s top oil consumers, pitching a public offering to investors may prove difficult. A big private placement with brawny Chinese bidders?reportedly in the works?might do the trick.
- Should Credit Suisse Break Up? The Answer Isn't Obvious
There are things about Credit Suisse that don?t make sense, but RBR Capital Advisors?s plan to split it in three seems unlikely to help.
- China Literature Spins a Pricey Yarn
The Tencent-owned online-books company is headed for a Hong Kong IPO, but a valuation of up to $7 billion may prove a tall tale.
- Netflix? Needs to Keep Feeding the Beast
Netflix investors covet growth above all other metrics, so shares shrugged off the new spending forecast after the company once again saw a strong jump in streaming subscribers for the third quarter.
- How China's Financial Cracks Could Spread
Can financial turmoil in China play havoc with the rest of the world? It has already happened.
- Drugstore Favorites May Be Catching the Common Consumer Cold
Customers may be starting to shop for over-the-counter drugs in the same way they shop for groceries?with a keener eye for cost and content?and this could be painful for consumer-health companies.
- China's $20 Trillion Shadow Banking Business Won't Be Easily Tamed
The country?s financial system has fueled its debt-driven growth and reforming it may be President Xi Jinping?s toughest task.
- Why Beijing Won't Just Let the Yuan Go
China has always been a pressure cooker?too many people, not enough land, and a long tradition of authoritarian governments with a flexible approach to the rule of law that depends on who you are and who you know.