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News

A Tiny Lender Sorts Through the Wreckage of Americans' Finances

The coronavirus pandemic has pushed Andy Posner’s stretched borrowers to the limit. ‘Emotionally, this has been very devastating,’ he said....

Saudi Central Bank Gave Country's Wealth Fund $40 Billion

Saudi Arabia’s central bank transferred $40 billion to the kingdom’s wealth fund, the Saudi finance minister said, as the state-owned investor picked up minority stakes in U.S. corporations....

Uneven Stock Recovery Divides Real-Estate Industry

Shares of home builders have been standouts this month in an otherwise muted period for the stock market, signaling that investors are betting on a swift housing recovery as stay-at-home orders are...

Stocks Notch Big Monthly Gains

Investors have been encouraged in recent weeks by signs of states and businesses around the country reopening, helping stocks rebound from their March lows....

Canada's Banks Take Earnings Hit from Loss Provisions

Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto-Dominion Bank Group and Bank of Montreal set aside billions of dollars during their second quarters to guard against defaults by their borrowers. The question now loom...

Cost of Shipping Oil Tumbles as Production Cuts Bite

Charter prices for vessels that transport crude oil have dropped 77% from their March peak, which came during a short-lived battle for a greater share of the oil market between Saudi Arabia and Rus...

Occidental Nearly Eliminates Dividend Amid Low Oil Prices

The oil producer, laden with debt following its deal to buy rival Anadarko, plans to pay a quarterly dividend of just 1 cent a share in July as it seeks to conserve cash amid low oil prices and wea...

Tencent in Talks to Buy Warner Music Stake

Tencent Holdings is in discussions to buy a stake in Warner Music Group as part of the record company’s initial public offering, a key test for a new-issue market that has been hobbled by the coron...

Peet's Coffee Raises $2.5 Billion From IPO, Defying Pandemic

JAB Holding, whose brands include Krispy Kreme and Keurig Dr Pepper, pulled off one of the biggest IPOs this year in a deal that valued its coffee business at $17.3 billion....

Vegas Opening Up for the Ultimate Gamble

Casinos in America’s original gambling mecca will be allowed to reopen next week after adopting social-distancing precautions. But some Nevada industries are easier to reopen than others....