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Heard on the Street

The deposit levels are more stable than expected, but regional bank funding is still at higher rates.

The healthcare system is returning to normal. This is great news for hospitals and medical-device manufacturers, but bad for insurance companies.

Netflix DVDs by Mail fans were vocal, but they couldn't make a financial impact on the streaming giant.

The shares of Japan's largest online bank soared 38% after its IPO. It was the biggest offering in the country since 2018.

Investors are still waiting on the big reset.

The world's largest company continues to push forward in the financial world with new and exciting offerings. The ambitious plans of the company seem to be coming true at just about the right time.

Many signs point to a cooling of hiring activity.

AutoNation Lithia are the latest to join the list of car dealers who have bad news.

The semiconductor industry is facing a grim future, as confirmed by the latest results of the world's biggest contract chip manufacturer.

The hope that empty offices will be filled is fading. Instead, more attention is being paid to converting them into homes.

Electric-vehicle manufacturer hopes to recover some of its margins by selling automated driving features. But first, it must make them work.

Morgan Stanley has been able to benefit from its wealth management, but the future is not without challenges.

The harvest of India in 2023 is a risk that's not taken into account for global food security. El Nino may disrupt the crucial monsoon again.

There are signs that lithium-ion battery technology in today's electric cars has a new credible competitor. This could cause investors to rethink their bets.

Due to the delayed launch of paid-sharing, the expected benefits have been pushed into the second half of the calendar year.

Wall Street's powerhouse is rethinking its consumer credit business, while the big retail banks are seeing a surge in their interest revenues.

Rents continue to rise at warehouse giant Prologis as U.S. customers spend money online.

Even though Merck is able to lift the sector by acquiring a company that has no approved products, a discerning approach should be taken.

The first quarter growth of the country shows that it's far from being a wasteful economic force.

In a recent interview, the Berkshire Hathaway CEO hinted that his interest in Japan’s trading giants extends beyond simply holding their stock.