China worries leave global stocks bruised

Oil prices slide after spectacular rally

US car sales better than expected

Ford, Fiat Chrysler and GM buck predictions for a decline

GE set to secure approval for Alstom deal

Brussels expected to clear transaction after GE made concessions

Canada enters technical recession

Economy contracts 0.5% amid weaker business spending

Barren stretch for US corporate bonds

Longest spell without issuance for more than 20 years

Obama pushes to strengthen Arctic ice fleet

President wants to close gap with Russia in strategic region

Investors wake up to EM currency risk

Violent sell-off abates but growth is missing in many countries

Republicans pounce on Clinton over emails

Release of messages includes 150 containing classified information

LVMH bags ex-Apple executive

Ian Rogers’ appointment highlights links between digital and luxury

This is an undated company photo of Schlumberger Ltd. operations. Schlumberger Ltd., the world's second-largest oilfield-services company, had third-quarter net income of $318.2 million after a loss a year earlier as oil topped $50 for the first time and producers boosted spending. Source: Schlumberger Ltd./ via Bloomberg News.

US says axing oil curbs will not aid WTI

Analysis counters arguments that constraints depress price

China turns up heat on market players

Whereabouts of top hedge fund manager unclear as probe escalates

Comment & Analysis

Clinton, Bush and America’s dynasties

US dynasties are not just political — parents pass half their wealth to their kids, writes Rick Perlstein

Judge rallies Brazil to anti-graft war

Sérgio Moro battles political opposition to Petrobras probe

League cries foul at new US Soccer rules

NASL alleges attempts to move to Division I are being blocked

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