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1. U.S. Dollar Falls to End Week00:52[−]
While stock and bond markets are closed for the holiday, the dollar slipped, while maintaining gains for the week.

2. The Score: The Business Week in 7 StocksПт., 19 апр.[−]
Read about the stocks that defined the week in the Journal’s guide to the ups and downs of the business world.

3. SoFi's No-Fee ETF Launch Saddles Some Customers With Tax BillsПт., 19 апр.[−]
SoFi recently launched two no-fee ETFs, marking its first foray into the $3.9 trillion U.S. ETF market. But the move stands to hit some clients with unexpected taxes.

4. Online Lender Prosper Settles Probe Over Misleading InvestorsПт., 19 апр.[−]
A unit of online lender Prosper Marketplace agreed to pay $3 million to settle claims that it miscalculated returns of investors who funded its consumer loans.

5. You, Dear Investor, Are Patient, Prudent and CalmПт., 19 апр.[−]
Wall Street often mocks Main Street for its lack of investing prowess. But the evidence is mounting that individual investors aren’t so dumb after all.

6. Japan's JXTG Looks to Sell Project as Rising Copper Prices Drive Deal MakingПт., 19 апр.[−]
JXTG is exploring the sale of its majority-owned Caserones copper project in Chile in a deal that could fetch about $1 billion, in the latest sign that rising prices for the industrial metal are driving deal making in the mining sector.

7. Notre Dame Donations Highlight France's Blurry Corporate GovernanceПт., 19 апр.[−]
LVMH boss Bernard Arnault offered more, but at least Kering’s Fran?ois-Henri Pinault pledged only his own money.

8. Chocolate Has a Sweet and Spicy Growth MixПт., 19 апр.[−]
Easter candy is piled high on store shelves, but investors looking to profit from shoppers’ sweet tooth should concentrate on less traditional fare, like chicken-flavor Oreo cookies and ruby pink chocolate.

9. Tiger Woods Can't Keep Golf Out of the BunkerПт., 19 апр.[−]
The 600-year-old sport is suffering from an age problem Tiger Woods not only will struggle to fix. He embodies it.

10. Venmo's Latest Effort to Turn a Profit: Credit CardsПт., 19 апр.[−]
Executives at the digital payments company have been meeting with banks since last year to discuss issuing a Venmo-branded credit card. The PayPal-owned company is considering Synchrony Financial as its card-issuing partner.

11. China's Mobile-Phone Giant in AfricaПт., 19 апр.[−]
Investors are about to hear much more about Shenzhen Transsion, the world’s fourth-largest cellphone maker.

12. Sprint and T-Mobile Brace for DisappointmentПт., 19 апр.[−]
Investors in T-Mobile and Sprint are praying for a deal. They may be disappointed.

13. Pinterest, Zoom Shares Surge in Trading DebutsПт., 19 апр.[−]
Shares in online image-search company Pinterest rose 28% in their trading debut, while Zoom jumped 72%, giving the IPO market a boost after the recent wobble by Lyft.

14. Blackstone to Ditch Partnership StructureПт., 19 апр.[−]
Blackstone Group said it would abandon its partnership structure and become a corporation.

15. Dollar Up on Positive U.S. DataЧт., 18 апр.[−]
The dollar rose Thursday, boosted by better-than-expected U.S. data.

16. Pinterest and Zoom Aim to Jump In, Not OverboardЧт., 18 апр.[−]
For Pinterest and Zoom Video, braving the public waters may be less an act of audacity than an act of necessity.

17. S&P 500 Finishes Higher as Industrial Stocks RiseЧт., 18 апр.[−]
The S&P 500 rose, as industrial stocks powered the broad index higher to recoup an earlier loss following better-than-expected earnings reports from several manufacturers.

18. Oil Prices Rise on Lower U.S. StockpilesЧт., 18 апр.[−]
Oil prices were moderately higher on expectations U.S. crude oil inventories could decline further as the summer-driving season approaches and refineries start boosting both their intake and output.

19. Copper Falls on Downbeat European DataЧт., 18 апр.[−]
Copper prices fell, dropping from their highest levels since last summer, after release of data pointing to a continuing slowdown in eurozone economic activity.

20. Treasury to Sell $237 Billion in DebtЧт., 18 апр.[−]
The U.S. Treasury Department will auction next week $237 billion in securities, comprising $195 billion in new debt and $42 billion in previously sold debt.


 
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