Citigroup’s 27% decline in net profit masked significant progress elsewhere in the bank.
Ahead of the meeting this weekend between Saudi Arabia and other big exporters, there is clear scope for disappointment
First-quarter European car sales show strong, if slowing growth. But investors shouldn’t get too hung up on sales statistics in an increasingly margin-focused sector.
Poor first-quarter profits in the banking industry spell pain for India’s big software services companies.
The more China’s nascent economic rebound is fueled by debt and property, the more concerned Beijing will be that it is pushing the gas too hard.
Shareholders won a court decision unsealing documents. Recent investor euphoria goes too far.
Cooler housing costs could take some heat out of inflation in the months ahead.
Earnings from BofA and Wells Fargo continued to reassure investors that things aren’t so bad for banks. They still aren’t great, either.
Don’t pin your hopes on Burberry’s upcoming restructuring plan to revive profit growth.
Manufacturing should offer some hope in the coming industrial production report.
Deal worries, the biotech selloff and growth questions have hit Shire shares since last summer. It just shouldn’t get much worse.
Kyocera is a laggard when it comes to return on equity. Pressure from Abenomics and shareholders could change that.
Five big banks’ living wills were deemed to be not credible by regulators. That Citi passed is significant.
BlackRock continues to outpace rivals, a trend that is poised to remain on track ahead of Thursday’s earnings report.
J.P. Morgan Chase struck a blow against its critics with earnings that showcased the benefits of being big and diversified.
Management has reined back more bullish market expectations following a fresh wave of price cuts. But Tesco’s recovery should come good—eventually.
U.S. stocks and Treasurys are both in positive territory. That looks disconcerting.
Even nascent signs that China’s bond markets are properly pricing risk should be welcomed.
The Chinese economy remains brittle, but signs of late show a less dire picture.
Mobile-advertising growth has driven a stunning rise in the two companies’ market values. But investors may be taking a glass-overflowing view.