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The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Yellen and the Fed may deserve more of the credit for the market's move.

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Verizon has decided to bring back unlimited data plans. But while that's great for its subscribers, it's awful news for investors. It's another sign of how brutally competitive the telecom business is. And it's hurting Verizon's stock.

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Apple stock is less than $1 away from its all-time high amid renewed optimism for the iPhone.

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China’s low-grade corporate bonds are looking disproportionately expensive, a worrying sign that investors may have underestimated their risk as a tighter monetary policy and painful industrial restructuring weaken companies’ ability to repay debt.

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Prices in China inched up in March as higher education, transportation and health care costs offset less expensive food, though economists said industrial prices appear to be losing steam.

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A crack is forming in the emerging-market resurgence amid worries the buying spree has resulted in lofty valuations, while geopolitical tensions rise.

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For investors, France’s two-round electoral system lets them shift bets, reassess polls and scout for bargains. Investors are particularly unsure about who will face off in the second round, promising a flurry of action after this Sunday’s vote.

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The British pound rose in volatile trade after Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap general election that promises further drama for the U.K’s Brexit-battered currency.

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Big Chinese banks are lending record volumes abroad in a bid to tap new growth, helped by state-backed ambitions to build infrastructure around the world.

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Igor Tulchinsky’s WorldQuant is part of the forefront of a new quantitative renaissance in investing, where the ability to make sense of billions of bits of data in real time is more sought after than old-school financial analysis.

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The issue of voting rights is raising the ire of some shareholders’ rights advocates because company founders and executives often end up with far more votes than shares.

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Xiang Junbo, the head of the China Insurance Regulatory Commission, is being investigated for suspected “serious violations” of Communist Party discipline, China’s anticorruption agency said.

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