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WSJ | Forex Closing on March 23, 2016.

The Wall Street Journal Forex Closing Major Currencies Wednesday, March 23, 2016

WSJ | Major Indexes Closing on March 23, 2016.

The Wall Street Journal Major Indexes Closing Major Indexes 5:45 p.m. EDT 03/23/16

DealBook P.M. Edition - March 23, 2016: Top Story: Credit Suisse Chief Says Risky Bets Were a 'Surprise.

    Wednesday, March 23, 2016 TOP STORY Credit Suisse Chief Says Risky Bets Were a 'Surprise' Tidjane Thiam, the bank's chief executive, said the size of those holdings was unexpected and had led it to accelerate plans to cut costs.

Wall Street at Close Report on March 23, 2016: Stocks Close Lower, With Nasdaq Off 1%, as Oil Slides.

cnbc.com Evelyn Cheng   U.S. stocks closed lower Wednesday with energy stocks leading declines as oil settled below $40 a barrel.

DealBook Today's Top Headlines - March 23, 2016: The Unsettling Acquisitiveness of Anbang | Goldman Banker in Document Leak Case Avoids Prison | Puerto Rico Fights for Chapter 9 Bankruptcy in Supreme Court

    Wednesday, March 23, 2016 TODAY'S TOP HEADLINES By AMIE TSANG THE UNSETTLING ACQUISITIVENESS OF ANBANG Anbang's spending spree is a sign that deal-making has gone awry, Steven Davidoff Solomon writes in the Deal Professor column .

Asian Markets at Close Report on March 23, 2016: Asia Shares Mostly Lower, but Resilent After Terror Attack.

cnbc.com   Saheli Roy Choudhury Toru Yamanaka | AFP | Getty Images A cyclist goes past a quotation board flashing share prices of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) in front of a securities company in Tokyo.

Bloomberg View - March 23, 2016: Assessing Market Reactions to Brussels.

bloombergview.com   Mohamed A. El-Erian The reaction of financial markets to the terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday was calm and mature, showing that they have learned the lessons of such tragedies, which have become all too common. Nonetheless, markets will find it increasingly difficult to price the longer-term effects, including unusual political developments that could affect the global economy.