S&P 500 futures steady after index scales 5,000 for the first time
U.S. stock futures on Monday held their ground after the S&P 500 finally claimed the 5,000 mark in the 10th record finish for 2024.
Videogame Industry Banks on Distant Coming Attractions
New Switch console and 'Grand Theft Auto VI' are on the horizon, but big game publishers Electronic Arts and Take-Two are expected to see only modest growth this year.
What Mortgage Bonds Say About the Office Meltdown
Commercial mortgage-backed securities make a troubling proxy for the loans on banks' balance sheets.
Cash-Flush Buyers Dip Into Distressed Commercial Real Estate
With many owners unable to extend their loans, investors are starting to pounce on these properties.
AI Is Starting to Threaten White-Collar Jobs. Few Industries Are Immune.
Jobs up and down the corporate food chain have been cut in the most recent cascade of layoffs. Leaders say the fast-evolving technology means many may never return.
Stalled IPO Market Leaves Startup Employees, Individuals Eager to Unload Shares
Many are looking to cash out of illiquid shares on secondary markets.
The Fed Is Right to Be Patient on Rate Cuts
A robust jobs market and sticky services inflation argue for continued caution.
Stocks Are at Records, but Are They Expensive?
What investors can learn from five popular valuation models.
Caught in Biden's Natural-Gas Export Fight: Your Utility Bill
The export boom has hitched U.S. prices to volatile global markets.
China's Carbon Emissions Are Set to Decline Years Earlier Than Expected
China's massive rollout of renewable energy is accelerating so fast that climate watchdogs now expect the country's greenhouse gas emissions could peak as soon as this year.
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