JPMorgan Currency Deal Highlights Finance's Green Shift

WSJ Markets - 14m

Green finance is making tracks into the wonky world of foreign-exchange markets, with JPMorgan arranging a type of currency-derivative for Italian utility company Enel that is linked to both companies’ sustainability targets.

Dunkin' Buyout Talks Will Fuel Deal Hunger

WSJ Markets - 20m

Even at a rich valuation and a continuing pandemic, private equity will find much to love in businesses like Dunkin’ Brands.

Stocks Fall on Virus Uptick, Fading Stimulus Hopes

WSJ Markets - 21m

U.S. dropped sharply as coronavirus cases surged in America and Europe, adding to worries about the economic outlook after Congress and the White House failed to agree on a much-anticipated fiscal stimulus deal.

ETF Clones Multiply in Industry Fee War

WSJ Markets - 1h

Some of the biggest asset managers are creating cheaper knockoffs of their most popular exchange-traded funds.

Break Up Big Tech Earnings

WSJ Markets - 1h

There is no reason why Apple,, Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet should all report the same day.

Ant to Raise More Than $34 Billion in Record IPO

WSJ Markets - 2h

In what is due to be the world’s biggest-ever initial public offering, Ant Group will be one of the most valuable companies in either technology or finance.

Dunkin' Brands, Hasbro, Apple: What to Watch When the Stock Market Opens Today

WSJ Markets - 3h

S&P 500 futures are falling as coronavirus cases surge in the U.S. and Europe, while stimulus hopes fade.

Oil Drops on Covid-19 Resurgence, Extra Libyan Crude

WSJ Markets - 3h

Oil prices fell after new coronavirus restrictions in Europe and the speedy return of production in Libya threatened to undermine efforts to chip away at a global glut of crude.

Uber, Lyft Face a No-Sharing Economy

WSJ Markets - 5h

Car sales fell early in the pandemic, but are climbing again as Americans move out of cities. That is raising the pressure on ride-hailing firms, whose customers already had less inclination to use the companies’ services.

Nickel for Electric Vehicles Is a Dime a Dozen

WSJ Markets - 6h

Will the electric-vehicle industry run short of nickel? It is a possibility, but investors shouldn’t bet on a cobalt-style rally soon.

Corporate Defaults Slow, Lifting Debt Market

WSJ Markets - 6h

Fewer major U.S. companies are defaulting on their debt than investors feared just months ago, a boost to corporate bond prices and an encouraging sign for the economy.

Blackstone to Buy Simply Self Storage for About $1.2 Billion

WSJ Markets - 20h

Blackstone Group has struck a deal to buy Simply Self Storage from Brookfield Asset Management, making a bet on a sector that has remained strong throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

Retail Stocks Are Hot Heading Into the Holiday Season

WSJ Markets - yesterday

Holiday spending is projected to fall this year, but many investors still see reason for hope.

A Corporate Feud Stings London Stock Market, Global Banks

WSJ Markets - yesterday

Bavaguthu Raghuram Shetty, a 78-year-old entrepreneur, says two brothers fostered a father-son relationship with him before they allegedly cheated his  health care, drug and payments companies in Europe and the Middle East out of billions of dollars. 

Wall Street-Funded Plan to Gentrify Affordable Housing Stumbles in Harlem

WSJ Markets - yesterday

Isaac Kassirer borrowed from investors by promising to gentrify apartment buildings in New York’s low-income neighborhoods and raise rents. But he fell behind on some loans. When the pandemic ends, new pro-renter laws will make it harder for him to carry out his plan.

Dividend Darlings Trail Stock Market Despite Pumped-Up Yields

WSJ Markets - yesterday

Some investors are fretting over the sustainability of big dividend payouts from Wall Street’s “dividend aristocrats,” who are trailing the broader stock market this year.

Investors Battle Fidelity in Court Over Tax-Break Deal

WSJ Markets - 2d

Malcolm and Emily Fairbairn prepared a large charitable donation through Fidelity Charitable in 2017 to cushion an income-tax hit. It didn’t go as they had hoped. Now, the Fairbairns and Fidelity’s charitable arm are facing off in a contentious federal-court trial.

Look Past Election Blues for Health Stocks

WSJ Markets - 2d

While companies including Johnson & Johnson face threats from all corners in Washington, the coronavirus has morphed from a risk to a benefit for the sector.

How to Game Plan Your Paused Student Loan Payments

WSJ Markets - 2d

Millions of student borrowers have been able to pause their loan payments since March, but some may feel unprepared to resume payments when the relief ends.

Alphabet, Netflix, Tesla: Stocks That Defined the Week

WSJ Markets - 2d

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