While a range of figures from metal prices to trade hint at a stronger rebound than elsewhere, there are still reasons—structural and otherwise—to be skeptical of the scale of China’s second-quarter growth. Read More WSJ.com: Markets...

Despite the tech company winning its appeal against the European Union, billions of euros in disputed back taxes may need to stay in a loss-making escrow fund a while longer. Read More WSJ.com: Markets...

Stock futures slid after U.S.-China relations showed signs of further deterioration, and investors questioned whether Congress will reach an agreement on the next stimulus bill before lawmakers start their summer break. Read More WSJ.com: Markets...

The electric-car firm could nail down its first four-quarter profit on Wednesday, a development that could spur its addition to the S&P 500—potentially intensifying demand for the red-hot shares. Read More WSJ.com: Markets...