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Jerome Powell: How Shutdown Could Show in Economic Data

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned that an extended government shutdown could damage the U.S. economy. He was interviewed at the Economic Club of Washington, D.C., on Thursday. Photo: Getty
By WSJ
updated10/01/2019 23:01

China Trade Talks: Why the U.S. Wants to End ‘Forced Tech Transfer’

As representatives from the U.S. and China try to hammer out an agreement on trade, the White House is seeking to stop what it calls “forced technology transfer.” WSJ’s Shelby Holliday explains.
By WSJ
updated07/01/2019 22:01

The Main Reasons for Apple’s Revenue Shortfall

From a slowdown in China to waning iPhone demand, WSJ’s Dan Gallagher explains the main factors contributing to Apple’s fourth-quarter revisions. Photo: AP
By WSJ
updated04/01/2019 3:01

To Beat the Trade War, Companies Get Creative Breaking the Rules

As companies moving goods from China to the U.S. face heftier tariffs, some have developed creative techniques to avoid paying them. The WSJ’s Steven Russolillo takes to the field to explain how some businesses sidestep import duties.
By WSJ
updated27/12/2018 12:12

Why Mnuchin’s Attempt to Calm the Markets Failed

Markets continued to fall after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tried to instill calm following a bruising week. WSJ’s Ken Brown explains why investors are unloading stocks. Photo: AP
By WSJ
updated25/12/2018 0:12

Three Ways Blockchain Will Revolutionize Finance

Blockchain technology promises to transform finance the way the internet transformed communication.
By WSJ
updated15/12/2018 2:12

Is It All Over for OPEC?

The cartel is struggling to convince markets that it can stabilize oil prices. WSJ’s Sarah Kent takes a look at the current state of OPEC’s power.
By WSJ
updated06/12/2018 18:12

Is It All Over for OPEC?

The cartel is struggling to convince markets that it can stabilize oil prices. WSJ’s Sarah Kent takes a look at the current state of OPEC’s power.
By WSJ
updated06/12/2018 18:12

OPEC Has Cut Oil Production but Will It Make a Difference?

The cartel is struggling to convince markets that it can stabilize oil prices. WSJ’s Sarah Kent takes a look at the current state of OPEC’s power.
By WSJ
updated06/12/2018 18:12

Trade, Tech and Tweets: Stock Markets May Get Even Bumpier in 2019

U.S. stock markets have gyrated this week with seemingly positive news on trade followed by President Trump tweeting he is still a "Tariff Man". U.S.-China tensions, plus worries about economic growth and the tech sector, spell more volatility ahead for investors.
By WSJ
updated06/12/2018 12:12

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