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A handful of the Nov. 4 races shape up as de facto referendums on pension reform and their results could make municipal bond investors alter their bets.
The Federal Reserve said it sees further improvement in the labor market while confirming it will end an asset-purchase program that has added $1.66 trillion to its balance sheet.
The stock market is struggling because GDP has been growing too slowly for too long compared with growth in the S&P 500, observers say.
Taxpayers can now put aside a little more toward their retirement in 2015, according to the agency.
Global regulators have written the first global capital rule for insurers, marking a key milestone in efforts since the 2007-09 financial crisis.
The U.S. dollar will get stronger and top its 2009 levels, DoubleLine Capital LP’s Jeffrey Gundlach said at a fund-industry conference.
WalletHub's ranking -- based on income, GDP per capita and federal taxes paid per capita -- identified these 10 states as having residents with the lowest net worth.
Allianz's chief economic advisor and former Pimco CIO provides four interrelated lessons on last's weeks wild market swings.
Loomis Sayles' vice chairman can't reconcile CBO smaller defense-spending projections with the stark reality that the U.S. is facing a world where a stable balance of power is disintegrating.
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