The Wall Street Journal - Markets China's Yuan and the Trillion-Dollar Numbers Game 2016-12-08T02:03:36.000000Z There may be nothing significant per se about having more than $3 trillion in reserves. But markets have a way of getting antsy about these things. India's Central Bank Can't Cut It 2016-12-07T20:46:55.000000Z India’s central bank is paralyzed by cash: Too little in the streets, too much in the banks. What Quitters Tell Us About the Economy 2016-12-07T20:05:40.000000Z More workers are willing to quit their jobs, but in the goods-sector leaving is still hard. AT&T Puts a Bottom in Web TV Costs 2016-12-07T16:40:09.000000Z The pricing of AT&T’s DirecTV Now service makes it harder for new internet TV entrants to compete. The Real Art Behind the Trump-SoftBank $50 Billion Deal 2016-12-07T15:17:39.000000Z SoftBank’s big U.S. investment plan likely would have happened even without the input of the president-elect. Mr. Trump took credit anyway. Credit Suisse's Ambitions Take Another Knock 2016-12-07T14:26:16.000000Z Cuts to profit targets for Asia raise questions over the bank’s core trade. The Promise and Peril of the Trump Trade 2016-12-07T01:24:56.000000Z Long-term interest rates have risen sharply on the view that President-elect Trump will deliver on his pledge to bolster the economy. That needn’t be a problem—unless he can’t follow through. Banks Tease Bigger Dividends 2016-12-06T21:07:23.000000Z Comments by J.P. Morgan Chase chief James Dimon suggest banks could be poised to pay out more dividends. Wearable Tech Looking Worse for Wear 2016-12-06T20:59:09.000000Z Slowing sales of wearable gadgets at Fitbit and Apple cast doubt on market’s ultimate potential. Smoother Brexit Hopes for Banks But No Special Deal 2016-12-06T14:37:51.000000Z Officials are making soothing noises towards a key U.K. industry, but offer few details.