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The Benefits of Diversifying Your Portfolio

If you’re picking just a couple of stocks for your whole portfolio, you’re not investing—you’re trading. WSJ’s Telis Demos explains the benefits of diversifying your investment portfolio. Photo: Storyblocks
By WSJ
updated26/08/2021 14:08

China’s Tough Stance on Crypto Mining Is a Boon for Miners Elsewhere

Cryptocurrency miners in China are turning off their machines after Beijing warned it would tighten its control over the industry. This has created an opportunity for miners elsewhere, as the power behind crypto becomes less dependent on one place. Photo illustration: Sharon Shi
By WSJ
updated10/08/2021 12:08

Upgrading Your Patio? Why It’s More Expensive This Summer

Shipping bottlenecks and commodities costs are helping drive inflation in the U.S. WSJ visits a patio-furniture factory in China to see why refurbishing your backyard could be pricier this year. Photo: Patrick Fok
By WSJ
updated29/07/2021 12:07

How Robinhood Transformed Retail Trading Ahead of Its IPO

The brokerage app Robinhood has transformed retail trading. WSJ explains its rise amid a series of legal investigations and regulatory challenges as it looks forward to its IPO. Photo illustration: Jacob Reynolds/WSJ
By WSJ
updated15/07/2021 19:07

Why Virgin Galactic’s Space Tourism Ambitions May Not Convince All Investors

Virgin Galactic founder Sir Richard Branson’s trip to the edge of space opens the door to space tourism. But the company’s long-term vision may be too down to Earth for space-loving investors, says WSJ writer Jon Sindreu. Photo: Virgin Galactic/Reuters
By WSJ
updated12/07/2021 18:07

Didi’s Rough Ride: Why Beijing Is Looking to Rein In Its Tech Giants

After Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi made its Wall Street debut, Beijing said it plans to tighten rules for homegrown companies looking to raise money overseas. WSJ’s Yoko Kubota takes a Didi ride to explain what the crackdown means for China’s tech titans and investors. Photo illustration: Ang Li
By WSJ
updated09/07/2021 12:07

June Jobs Report Highlights Job Openings, Hiring Discrepancy

The jobs report numbers showed hiring picking up in June, but the overall moderate pace of gains in recent months suggests employers are still struggling to fill the abundance of open roles. WSJ’s Sarah Chaney Cambon explains why workers might not be eager to take those jobs just yet. Photo: Mike Bradley for The Wall Street Journal
By WSJ
updated02/07/2021 18:07

What the Inflation of the 1970s Can Teach Us Today

Recently, the U.S. inflation rate reached a 13-year high, triggering a debate about whether the country is entering an inflationary period similar to the 1970s. WSJ’s John Hilsenrath looks at what consumers can expect next. Photo: Alexander Hotz
By WSJ
updated24/06/2021 12:06

Why the Fed Is Considering a Digital Dollar

The Federal Reserve is trying to figure out how to keep cash relevant in a cashless world. It’s considering digitizing the U.S. dollar, giving people money they can access on their phone and bypassing electronic payments that can be slow and costly for businesses. Illustration: Jacob Reynolds/WSJ
By WSJ
updated23/06/2021 12:06

Powell Says Factors Driving Inflation Should Be Temporary

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell described the outlook for inflation in the U.S. economy and said there are signs that prices that have moved up quickly should cease rising and retreat. Credit: Al Drago/Associated Press
By WSJ
updated16/06/2021 23:06

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