Shares of General Mills and other food makers were slammed after the company warned of higher costs.
Among Facebook’s growing list of new problems is a decidedly unfamiliar one—its market value has been stuck in reverse.
The $100 billion question for the world’s second-largest insurer: is it an insurance firm or is it a technology firm?
Venture capital is seen as private equity’s more glamorous cousin and that’s no surprise, but there is a wrinkle.
The world has felt more normal in recent months, in economic terms at least, but things are still far from settled. The widening gap in a key bond trade is one piece of evidence, which also highlights the puzzle of the weaker dollar.
The world’s top shopping mall companies are betting that e-commerce isn’t such an existential threat. The latest sign is a tentative bid for U.K. real-estate investment trust Hammerson from its French peer Klépierre.
Chains like Dollar General have thrived as the go-to stores for America’s left-behind communities. Last year a lot of investors preferred rival Dollar Tree, but the scale is tipping back again.
Three of the biggest winners, in a bill meant to help small and midsize banks, are anything but. Some large custody banks stand to get a healthy profit boost if the Senate bill goes through.
Investors should search the past for lessons about where we are in the market cycle. 2005 was an instructive moment.