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An Inside Look at Saudi Aramco’s Damaged Oil Facilities

Aramco officials say they are working 24/7 to repair their damaged oil facilities. Saudi Arabia invited WSJ’s Rory Jones to see the Khurais oil field and Abqaiq processing plant to show Aramco’s efforts to get back to full production and rally international support against Iran ahead of a meeting next week at the United Nations. Image: AP
By WSJ
updated21/09/2019 4:09

As Amazon Burns, Brazil Environment Chief Rejects the Global Narrative

At the U.N General Assembly, Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro plans to address concerns about deforestation, the Amazon fires and economic development in his country. WSJ’s Jason Bellini previewed the topics with Brazilian Environment Minister Ricardo Salles. Photo: Getty
By WSJ
updated20/09/2019 12:09

How Negative Yields Work

Negative yields are occurring with greater frequency in global bond markets. What generates negative yields and why do investors continue to buy these money-losing bonds?
By WSJ
updated19/09/2019 14:09

How Negative Yields Work

Negative yields are occurring with greater frequency in global bond markets. What generates negative yields and why do investors continue to buy these money-losing bonds?
By WSJ
updated19/09/2019 14:09

Index Funds Are the New Titans of Wall Street

For the first time, index funds are the new kings on Wall Street. WSJ investing reporter Justin Baer explains how passive investing outpaced stock-picking rivals. Photo: Getty
By WSJ
updated19/09/2019 0:09

Where Your Old E-Commerce Boxes End Up

With more people shopping online, there’s a lot more cardboard in the recycling stream these days. Here’s a look at where all those discarded boxes go -- it’s farther than you might think. Photo: Carlos Waters/The Wall Street Journal
By WSJ
updated17/09/2019 12:09

Where Your Old Cardboard Boxes End Up

With more people shopping online, there’s a lot more cardboard in the recycling stream these days. Here’s a look at where all those discarded Amazon boxes go -- it’s farther than you might think.
By WSJ
updated17/09/2019 12:09

How the Saudi Oil Attack Could Ripple Through the Global Economy

Saturday’s attack on a Saudi oil facility could have long-lasting repercussions. Heard on the Street editor Spencer Jakab explains how it could impact the global markets. Photo: Hamad I Mohammed/Reuters
By WSJ
updated17/09/2019 3:09

Saudi Oil Attacks to Be Felt From China to California

The strikes on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure have led to a production shutdown on a scale the world hasn’t seen for decades. It could have long-lasting consequences for global markets and politics. Photo: Planet Labs Inc via AP
By WSJ
updated16/09/2019 14:09

Saudi Oil Attacks to Be Felt From California to China

The strikes on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure have led to a production shutdown on a scale the world hasn’t seen for decades. It could have long-lasting consequences for global markets and politics. Photo: Reuters
By WSJ
updated16/09/2019 14:09

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