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Wall Street Journal Archives - Page 916 of 1061 -

European Bonds Are Defying Gravity

April 25, 2013 |

How long can bonds from Europe’s worst-off countries rally while their economies slide? What’s News Europe

Barclays Swings to a Profit

April 25, 2013 |

The division might be shamed by its past culture of excess, but it generated nearly three quarters of Barclays’s pretax profit. What’s News Europe

Smartphones Sting Canon, Nintendo

April 25, 2013 |

Canon and Nintendo posted results showing that the two Japanese corporate stalwarts stand on the wrong side of a technological shift introduced by smartphones. What’s News Asia

GE Capital Cuts Lending to Gun Shops

April 24, 2013 |

GE Capital is quietly cutting off lending to gun shops, as the company rethinks its relationship to firearms amid the fallout from the school shooting in Newtown, Conn. US Business

Fiat Weighs Buying the Rest of Chrysler

April 24, 2013 |

Fiat is weighing a plan in which it would acquire the remainder of Chrysler it doesn’t own and then launch an offering in the U.S. of shares in the combined company. US Business

Italy Names Letta as Prime Minister

April 24, 2013 |

Italy’s President Giorgio Napolitano named Enrico Letta, deputy of the center-left Democratic Party, as prime minister of a new Italian government. What’s News Europe

Australia to Buy China Bonds

April 24, 2013 |

Australia’s central bank will invest up to 5% of its foreign currency assets in Chinese sovereign bonds, a decision that underpins growing trade links and deep financial relations between the two countries. What’s News Asia

Inside Merkel’s Bet on the Euro’s Future

April 24, 2013 |

An account of German chancellor Angela Merkel’s handling of Europe’s crisis shows Cyprus’s bailout flowing directly from principles that will continue to guide German leadership in Europe. What’s News Europe

Indian IT Workers in Crosshairs of U.S. Bill

April 24, 2013 |

A fight is brewing between Washington and New Delhi over provisions in the U.S.’s draft immigration bill that could hobble Indian outsourcing firms’ businesses in the U.S. What’s News Asia

Germany Spurns Calls to Loosen Austerity Stance

April 23, 2013 |

Germany has stiffened its resistance to a broadening shift in the euro zone away from severe fiscal austerity programs in favor of job-creating growth initiatives. What’s News Europe