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What the Fed’s Shift in Monetary Policy Means for Interest Rates

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Thursday announced a major shift in how the central bank sets interest rates. WSJ’s Greg Ip explains the strategy behind the changes and what they mean for consumers. Photo: Erin Scott/Bloomberg
By WSJ
updated28/08/2020 2:08

What Durable Goods Numbers Say About the U.S. Economy

The survey of new orders for long-lasting goods contains one of the most closely watched U.S. economic indicators. WSJ explains durable goods, and why investors look beyond the headline number for a better read on business activity. Photo: Josie Norris/The San Antonio Express-News
By WSJ
updated26/08/2020 12:08

Apple Hits $2 Trillion Market Value as App Store Battles Continue

Apple is now the first U.S. company to hit a $2 trillion valuation. But the milestone comes as its key App Store business model comes under attack. WSJ Heard on the Street’s Dan Gallagher explains. Photo: Budrul Chukrut/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images
By WSJ
updated19/08/2020 23:08

Biden’s Longtime Aide Says U.S. Spending Will Be Difficult in 2021

In an interview with WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib, former Sen. Ted Kaufman of Delaware, who is leading Mr. Biden’s transition team, said they are going to have “limited funds” to spend in 2021 because of the deficit left behind by the Trump administration. Photo: Rob Carr/Associated Press
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updated19/08/2020 12:08

Modern-Day Gold Rush Has Investors Digging for Profits

The price of gold is going haywire, driving a frenzy of investment that’s calling into question the metal’s reputation as a safe-haven during times of economic uncertainty. WSJ Explains. Illustration: Liz Ornitz/WSJ
By WSJ
updated15/08/2020 13:08

How Robinhood Is Shaking Up the Brokerage Industry

As millions of new traders sign up for the investment app Robinhood, the company is facing scrutiny for enabling some inexperienced users to make risky bets. WSJ spoke with a financial education professional and two Robinhood traders about how the app is shaking up the brokerage industry.
By WSJ
updated06/08/2020 12:08

Inside the World of Robinhood Traders

As millions of new traders sign up for the investment app Robinhood, the company is facing scrutiny for enabling some inexperienced users to make risky bets. The Wall Street Journal spoke with a financial education professional and two Robinhood traders to learn more about how the app is shaking up the brokerage industry.
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updated06/08/2020 12:08

Disney Loses Nearly $5 Billion Amid Pandemic

Walt Disney Co. posted its first quarterly loss since 2001, as the coronavirus pandemic slammed its theme parks and film productions. WSJ’s R.T. Watson explains why investors still seem optimistic. Photo: Matt Stroshane/Getty Images
By WSJ
updated05/08/2020 10:08

How Tesla Became the Most Valuable Auto Maker in the World

Tesla’s stock has more than tripled since the start of the year, giving it a market capitalization larger than many behemoths of American industry. But its rise wasn’t necessarily driven by fundamentals. WSJ explains. Illustration: Jacob Reynolds/WSJ
By WSJ
updated02/08/2020 15:08

Big Tech Beats Earnings Expectations, While Intel Announces Shakeup

Some big tech companies beat earnings expectations this week, while Intel announced its chief engineering officer is leaving. WSJ’s Gunjan Banerji breaks down the week’s tech winners and losers. Photo: Graeme Jennings/AFP/Getty Images
By WSJ
updated01/08/2020 0:08

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