For Investors, Europe is Back to Muddling Through

Heard on the Street For Investors, Europe is Back to Muddling Through Confidence can more easily be lost than won. After 2017’s strong growth and political calm brought hopes that Europe was finally turning a post-crisis page, 2018 is back to unfinished business. Read more → Advertisement Follow WSJ Unsubscribe• Newsletters & Alerts• Contact Us•… Continue reading For Investors, Europe is Back to Muddling Through

About US: Women and people of color are disrupting the old-time religion of evangelical Christians

Candid conversations about identity in 21st-century America Candid conversations about identity in 21st-century America sign up What happens when whites are no longer the majority of evangelicals? This female faith leader is not allowed to preach, so she tweets. What’s your identity? Will the growing numbers of evangelicals of color mean less influence for white… Continue reading About US: Women and people of color are disrupting the old-time religion of evangelical Christians

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley Stress Over Capital Returns

Heard on the Street Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley Stress Over Capital Returns The two banks barely passed the Federal Reserve’s annual stress tests, raising doubts about their ability to grow dividends and buybacks over the next year. Read more → Advertisement Follow WSJ Unsubscribe• Newsletters & Alerts• Contact Us• Privacy Policy• Cookie Policy SUBSCRIBE FOR… Continue reading Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley Stress Over Capital Returns

The Company Beating Amazon in Grocery Delivery

Heard on the Street The Company Beating Amazon in Grocery Delivery Amazon and Walmart have invested billions in e-commerce. Yet with one deal, Kroger took the lead in grocery delivery. Expect the two retail giants to fight back. Read more → Advertisement Follow WSJ Unsubscribe• Newsletters & Alerts• Contact Us• Privacy Policy• Cookie Policy SUBSCRIBE… Continue reading The Company Beating Amazon in Grocery Delivery