The China Debt Crisis Is Still Ripening
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A regulatory crackdown and rising bond yields are making headlines again in China. But widespread problems aren't likely until corporate revenue growth starts weakening again as well.
Trump's Expected OCC Pick Signals Shift at Regulator
President Donald Trump's expected move to replace the Comptroller of the Currency signals a change in direction at the bank regulator that could ripple from private-equity buyouts to financial technology-and beyond.
Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Warns of Further Belt-Tightening
Saudi Arabia's powerful deputy crown prince defended a decision to reverse a contentious government austerity program by reinstating perks for state employees, but cautioned more belt-tightening could follow if oil prices dropped.
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Analysis: Hot Housing Markets May Call for More Fed Action
Hot housing markets in key U.S. metro areas are raising the risk the U.S. central bank may have to lift interest rates more than most now expect, Deutsche Bank economist Torsten Slok says in a new report.
Fed Rate Rise Unlikely Wednesday, but Possible June Move in Focus
Next to no one expects Federal Reserve officials to raise short-term interest rates at the conclusion of their two-day policy meeting Wednesday, but the central bank could send signals about where borrowing costs are headed in the months ahead.
Jay Clayton Confirmed as SEC Chairman
The Senate approved President Donald Trump's choice to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission, elevating a Wall Street lawyer who hopes to turn around the decline in the number of public companies.
Wilbur Ross Sets Deadline in U.S.-Mexico Sugar Dispute
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is threatening to reinstate duties on Mexican sugar on June 5, after talks between the U.S. and Mexican sugar industries stalled.
U.S. Cattle Futures Push Higher on Tight Supplies
Cattle futures hit an 18-month high as traders seized on tight supplies as an occasion to push up meat prices.
ECB's Nouy Warns Brexit Might Trigger 'Race to the Bottom' Among Regulators
Europe's top banking supervisor warned Tuesday that Brexit might trigger a "race to the bottom" among the region's financial regulators.
Slumping Car Sales Are Latest Data to Rattle Bets on Growth
A soft patch in the U.S. economy is damping expectations for a stimulus-driven, postelection boom, prompting many investors to retreat from bets on growth.
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May 02, 2017 23:15 ET (03:15 GMT)