A reopening economy should be a big positive for banks, but it won’t deliver the full potential benefit as long as consumers are spending cash already in their accounts.
The airline has stuck doggedly to the old network-carrier playbook even as the pandemic has made a mess of it. Now is no time to change course.
If consumers keep splurging into next year, things could get complicated for investors.
Online real-estate companies have thrived in a hot housing market, but less so their stocks in recent days.
The greenback is at a 25-year low in official currency reserves, a figure that understates the currency’s importance in a number of ways.
The selloff in Bed Bath & Beyond looks overdone considering its unsurprising results, but the retailer still has a way to go to win back confidence.
Banks such as JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs are producing huge returns in their Wall Street arms, suggesting that perhaps investors are undervaluing that part of their business
For an industry traditionally dependent on tourism and consumer optimism, many luxury brands have done surprisingly well during the pandemic. A caveat is that shoppers will soon have more choice about where to spend their cash.
Southeast Asia is about to grab investors’ attention with the largest ever merger involving a blank-check company. Investors looking to diversify away from pricey U.S. and Northeast Asian tech could do a lot worse.
State support—explicit or implicit—is a crucial linchpin of the Chinese financial system. Things can unravel quickly when investors no longer believe it is there.
Cutting the fossil-fuel industry’s tax perks might not dramatically affect hydrocarbon output or the environment, but it will mark the end of an era for Big Oil.
The iPhone-maker’s stock has been big tech’s worst performer this year as concerns about cycle peak, chip shortage and regulations have grown.
Despite the Beijing leadership’s rhetorical emphasis on new industries and self-reliance, housing and exports are still driving China’s recovery.
The jump in consumer prices from last year’s depressed levels won’t register with most people, but that doesn’t mean concern over prices is going away.
U.S. health authorities’ pause in the J&J Covid-19 vaccine rollout should boost confidence in the safety of coronavirus vaccines, not erode it.
The recovery in oil prices over the past year has eased financial pressures on big producers, but not strategic ones. They are still working out how to adjust their portfolios to a lower-carbon future.
Investors should consider that Uber and Lyft’s new driver incentives may be too little, too late.
Higher corporate tax rates will hit banks squarely, but the Biden Administration’s other priorities, like infrastructure and housing, could help lessen the blow.
The chipmaker’s move into the data-center CPU market raises its competitive profile but complicates its Arm Holdings deal.
The acquisition of Nuance Communications adds to AI capabilities but represents a high price for a struggling business.