How to Escape the Low-Rate Hell in Life Insurance

Heard on the Street How to Escape the Low-Rate Hell in Life Insurance Ultralow interest rates are a nightmare for life insurers, especially in Germany. But Generali of Italy and U.K.-based private-equity group Cinven are showing them a way out. Read more → Advertisement Follow WSJ Unsubscribe• Newsletters & Alerts• Contact Us• Privacy Policy• Cookie… Continue reading How to Escape the Low-Rate Hell in Life Insurance

Fixing Chinese Profits is Easy—Just Fix the Data

Heard on the Street Fixing Chinese Profits is Easy—Just Fix the Data Observers are questioning the authenticity of Chinese data again this time in the critical industrial sector where trends set global prices for everything from steel to computer consoles. Read more → Advertisement Follow WSJ Unsubscribe• Newsletters & Alerts• Contact Us• Privacy Policy• Cookie… Continue reading Fixing Chinese Profits is Easy—Just Fix the Data

Sports Daily: For the Nationals, the crisis point has arrived in a hurry, as it usually does

Tanner Roark is rocked for nine runs as Nationals fall, 11-4, to Red Sox; Washington Mystics’ Tianna Hawkins transformed her body, and her game has followed Laurence Kesterson / AP Perspective For the Nationals, the crisis point has arrived in a hurry, as it usually does Washington likely will play better, but the hole it’s… Continue reading Sports Daily: For the Nationals, the crisis point has arrived in a hurry, as it usually does

Detroit Needn’t Fret Yet About Pump Prices

Heard on the Street Detroit Needn’t Fret Yet About Pump Prices Light truck sales, which are crucial to the profits of U.S.-based auto makers, are holding up despite pump prices nearing a psychological milestone. Read more → Advertisement Follow WSJ Unsubscribe• Newsletters & Alerts• Contact Us• Privacy Policy• Cookie Policy SUBSCRIBE FOR FULL ACCESS TO… Continue reading Detroit Needn’t Fret Yet About Pump Prices