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News

SEC Rule Proposal Would Slash Number of Investment Managers That Need to Report Quarterly Holdings

The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed sharply raising the size threshold of funds required to report their U.S. stockholdings quarterly, a move that would end such disclosures for nearly ...

Alphabet, United, Novavax: Stocks That Defined the Week

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

Treasury Yields Climb After Hitting Lowest Levels Since Spring

Long-term Treasury yields finished the day higher but not before dipping to fresh multimonth lows on concern over rising coronavirus cases....

Traders Bet on Rally for China's Markets

A dramatic rally in shares of Chinese companies has unleashed a frenzy of trading activity, with many investors positioning for an even bigger advance....

Stocks Log Modest Weekly Gains

The Dow and S&P 500 closed higher as investors brushed off worries about a fresh wave of coronavirus infections and its impact on the economic recovery....

Ample Supplies of Grain Run Up Against Weak Demand

U.S. farmers are expected to grow large corn and soybean crops this year—but it is unclear if an economy recovering from coronavirus will be strong enough to consume the harvest....

Coronavirus's Worst Impact on Oil Demand Has Passed, IEA Says

The worst effects of the coronavirus on global oil demand have passed but will continue to echo as the market slowly recovers in the second half of 2020, the International Energy Agency said....

SoFi Makes Second Attempt to Start Its Own Bank

The financial-tech startup filed an application with regulators this week to create SoFi Bank, a Utah-based bank of which it would be the sole owner. The effort comes nearly three years after SoFi ...

Three Questions With UBS's Jane Schwartzberg About Women and Money

Jane Schwartzberg, managing director at UBS wealth management, wants women to understand and take ownership of their finances....

A Summer Festival for Cash-Flow Forecasters

It is festival season in Britain, when revelers typically gather in fields to sip beer and listen to music and poetry. One event that hasn’t been canceled because of the pandemic is the “Festival o...