WSJ Blogs

Real-time commentary and analysis from The Wall Street Journal
Die Seite Drei
Schnelle Analysen und Beobachtungen zum Zeitgeschehen

Die Seite Drei – Über uns

  • Schnell und kurz bringt „Die Seite Drei“ Einschätzungen, Hintergründe und Ergänzungen zu den Berichten des Wall Street Journal Deutschland. Hier bloggt die ganze Redaktion.

    Hinweise zu Themen, Anregungen und Ihre Fragen nehmen wir unter redaktion@wallstreetjournal.de entgegen.

The Wall Street Journal Deutschland folgen

Europe Edition - Latest News, Breaking Stories, Top Headlines From Europe - Wsj.com
  • Subscriber Content Read Preview

    [image]NICHOLAS KAMM/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES

    G-20 Warns of Threats to Global Economic Recovery

    The world’s top finance leaders warned that currency volatility, low inflation and high debt levels threaten to undermine an already uneven global economic recovery.


What’s News —

Business & Finance

Off Duty

World

U.S.

Analysis

Review

Weekend Investor

Technology

World

launch
Close

How to Read this Chart

  • High
  • Current price, up from close
  • Price at prior day's close
  • Current price, down from close
  • Low

Photos

  • [image]R.A.Whiteside

    ‘Tools: Extending our Reach’

    A new book and exhibit, at New York’s Cooper-Hewitt Museum, showcases a range of helpful objects through history, dating from 1.85 million years old to today.

  • [image]Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

    Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant’s ‘The Pink Flamingo' (1876) Oil on canvas

    The ‘Orientalists’

    Orientalist art is having something of a comeback—at museums and among a new wave of North African and Middle Eastern collectors, who view the works as part of their heritage.

  • [image]Joshua Trujillo/Associated Press

    Photos of the Day: April 17

    In photos selected by WSJ editors on Friday, Bosnian cooks make stew for 14,000, millions of bees fall off a truck in Washington state, beer bellies are displayed in Germany, and more.

  • [image]François Nel/Getty Images

    Robot Jockeys Race Camels in Dubai

    Each year during the Al Marmoom Heritage Festival, camel owners (and their robot jockeys) from across the Persian Gulf go to Dubai to participate in a 13-day series of 350 races.

  • [image]Andrew Harnik/Associated Press

    Gyrocopter at the Capitol

    U.S. Capitol Police arrested a Florida man who flew a gyrocopter near the Capitol and landed on its west lawn.

Popular Now What's This?
Close

Content engaging our readers now, with additional prominence accorded if the story is rapidly gaining attention. Our WSJ algorithm comprises 30% page views, 20% Facebook, 20% Twitter, 20% email shares and 10% comments.

Journal Report: Wealth Management

Featured Property

An Advertising Feature

Follow The Wall Street Journal Europe News

Partner Center
An Advertising Feature