Mercedes-maker Daimler has outperformed BMW in recent years, but the companies’ contrasting electric-vehicle strategies could mark a new turning point
China’s short-term borrowing costs are surging again. This time round, the problem has become even more complex.
The European Central Bank is demanding lenders deal with their bad loans. But a proposal for a continentwide bad bank seems unlikely to be the solution.
President Donald Trump’s tough stance on immigration may be about to put many American companies in a pinch.
Big advertisers will likely return, but growth deceleration can still sting Google.
Fundamental drivers can still move bank shares higher.
American meat exporters such as Tyson and Cargill may be licking their chops in the face of Brazil’s meat scandal. But WH Group, the biggest seller of pork in China, looks especially well positioned.
Nike’s scale gives it a long-term competitive advantage, which should help it win back market share.
The U.S. now needs to live up to investor expectations, while Europe needs to avoid political pitfalls.