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1. AbbVie Sells $30 Billion of Bonds02:09[−]
AbbVie sold $30 billion of bonds Tuesday to help fund its acquisition of Allergan, in the fourth-largest investment-grade debt sale on record.

2. Skyworks Got Too Much Air02:05[−]
The chip maker’s results fail to justify a big run-up after rival Qorvo’s strong report.

3. Savior of Big Quebec Pension Fund to Step Down01:20[−]
Michael Sabia is ending his 11-year run as head of Canada’s second-largest pension fund, during which he steered Caisse de d?p?t & placement du Qu?bec out of danger, diversified its investments and tripled its assets.

4. Dow Industrials End Session Unchanged01:15[−]
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed unchanged for the first time in more than five years, hovering at its all-time high.

5. Overstock Shares Hit Seven-Year Low as SEC Expands Investigation00:38[−]
Overstock shares hit the low after the online retailer disclosed that a government investigation has widened to focus on the stock plans of some of its executives.

6. Crude Prices Swing Between Gains, LossesTue, 12 Nov[−]
Crude futures swung between small gains and losses after OPEC and its allies signaled they were planning to maintain their current curbs on crude output through next year, holding off on more aggressive cuts.

7. A Liquid Investment Opportunity From Europe's Top Craft BrewerTue, 12 Nov[−]
Scotland’s BrewDog has launched a bond with a 6% yield, half of which will be paid in beer.

8. Saudis Are Urged Not to 'Miss the Train' on Aramco IPOTue, 12 Nov[−]
Saudi Arabia’s middle class is preparing to invest billions of dollars in Aramco shares, as the populace gets the chance to own a sliver of the kingdom’s prized asset—the world’s most profitable company—for the first time.

9. Nasdaq to Exit Energy FuturesTue, 12 Nov[−]
Nasdaq said it has agreed to sell its struggling energy-futures business, NFX, to a unit of German exchange group Deutsche B?rse, giving up on its four-year effort to break into commodities.

10. OPEC to Keep Oil Production Curbed Through 2020Tue, 12 Nov[−]
OPEC and an alliance of oil producers led by Russia are set to maintain their current curbs on crude output through next year, as some of their U.S. shale rivals plan production cuts of their own for 2020.

11. Fed Adds $111.909 Billion in Temporary Liquidity to MarketsTue, 12 Nov[−]
The New York Fed added $111.909 billion to financial markets on Tuesday.

12. Nissan's Turnaround Has Barely StartedTue, 12 Nov[−]
Nissan Motor, which reported another bad quarter and slashed its full-year forecasts, faces the tough task of improving sales while also repairing its relationship with alliance partner Renault.

13. A User's Guide to Confusion Over Sustainable InvestingTue, 12 Nov[−]
It’s hard to move in the world of investment without being bombarded by sales pitches for running money based on “ESG,” or environmental, social and governance criteria. Here’s how to make sense of them.

14. Options Traders Bet on Year-End Rally in China's StocksTue, 12 Nov[−]
As easing trade tensions push U.S. equities to fresh records, some investors are positioned for China’s stocks to extend gains.

15. Stocks to Watch: Craft Brew Alliance, Rockwell Automation, Tyson FoodsTue, 12 Nov[−]
Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session. Stock movements noted by ticker reflect movements during regular trading hours.

16. Stock Markets Were Wrong, and That's GoodTue, 12 Nov[−]
After months of sending mixed signals, investors have turned optimistic. There is little justification for the mood shift, but that doesn’t make it wrong.

17. Chinese Consumers Get Their Mojo BackTue, 12 Nov[−]
Chinese consumers and stocks dependent on them have had a rough two years, but as shares such as Alibaba rebound, there could be light at the end of the tunnel.

18. Investment Giants Raise Voices in Debate Over Their Impact on CompetitionTue, 12 Nov[−]
Vanguard and BlackRock are working to persuade Washington that they don’t harm competition among corporations as a debate about the sway of the biggest U.S. money managers has caught the attention of regulators.

19. November Rally Weighs on Low-Volatility FundsTue, 12 Nov[−]
Investors are dumping strategies often tapped for protection—like exchange-traded funds promising lower volatility—the latest sign that they are embracing riskier assets once again.

20. Sustainable Funds Enjoy Record Inflows, Still Back Big Oil and GasTue, 12 Nov[−]
Some of the biggest U.S. sustainable funds are invested in oil-and-gas companies, whose practices often have been attacked by environmental activists.

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