Saudi Arabia’s sovereign-wealth fund has sold shares valued at over $5.5 billion in several multinational corporations just months after buying into them as the financial fallout from the pandemic weighed on stock-market prices. Read More WSJ.com: Markets...

Gold is sending a signal, but of what? Rampant inflation on the way? The collapse of the dollar as a mainstay of the global monetary system? Low interest rates? WSJ columnist James Mackintosh explores the partial truths behind the grim warnings from gold bugs. Read More WSJ.com:...

Germany’s stock-market regulator allowed its staff to trade Wirecard shares while it was investigating the company, putting the spotlight again on an agency that has come under scrutiny for ignoring red flags about the now insolvent fintech giant for a decade. Read More WSJ.com: Markets...