Sovereign Islamic bonds from Asia to the Persian Gulf are beating returns on corporate sukuk for the first time in three months as accelerating economic growth and rising oil revenue shore up state finances. Malaysia’s Lembaga Tabung Haji fund, Franc…
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- The Margin: That delivery worker who interrupted a college basketball game? It was just a prank.The delivery worker walked onto the court during an Atlantic 10 game between Loyola of Chicago and host Duquesne.
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- MarketWatch First Take: Intel just had its worst year since the dot-com bust, and it won’t get better anytime soonHistory may be repeating itself as Intel has renewed competition with AMD amid a sharp economic downturn.
- Earnings Results: Visa rides a wave of spending to an earnings beatVisa shares gained more than 1% in after-hours trading Thursday after the financial-technology powerhouse topped earnings and revenue expectations for its latest quarter.
- : Gallo, the biggest U.S. wine company, to lay off 355 in CaliforniaE. & J. Gallo Winery, the nation's largest wine producer, will lay off more than 350 workers as it shifts its distribution in California.