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Old Age May Be The Next Central Bank Crisis

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The graying of the world threatens to undermine the economies and inflation outlooks central bankers are charged with managing.

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Wealth Gap In U.S. Widened In Last Decade As Middle Lost Ground

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The wealthiest Americans got richer between 2000 and 2011 while net worth declined for lower-earning households, the Census Bureau reported today.

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Is Yellen Lagging Or Leading?

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A surrealistic set of economic indicators has resulted in divergent views over whether the economy is healthy enough to endure higher interest rates.

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Equities Face Hurdles After Buyback Boom Fizzles

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Share buybacks by U.S. corporations, a key source of support for equity prices in recent years, are slowing, raising questions over why and what it will mean.

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U.S. Benefits Enrollment Season To Bring More Cost Cutting

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When benefits enrollment season arrives this fall, employees around the country can expect to see the impact of corporate cost-cutting on their finances.

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Investors Boost Cash In Portfolios On Fed, War Concerns

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Concerns over conflict in Iraq, Ukraine and Gaza, U.S. interest rate policy and pumped-up equity markets have prompted asset managers to increase cash allocations, a new survey says.

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Ebola Drug Made From Tobacco Plant Saves U.S. Aid Workers

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The new drug, made by a tiny San Diego-based company, appears to be successfully treating two Americans who were infected with the deadly virus in Liberia.

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Yusko, Kellner Disagree On Recession Odds

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The day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 300 points, two legendary chief investment officers shared sometimes-conflicting views on the U.S. economy.

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Gundlach Details How Demographics Will Alter Housing, Hurt Home Builders

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Home ownership won't drive the economy the way it used to as renters rule and more millennials reject ownership, DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach predicts.

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Pimco's Gross Says Income, Not Capital Gains, To Drive Returns

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Bill Gross, manager of the world's largest bond fund at Pimco, said today that income, rather than capital gains, would drive future investment returns as a result of low global economic growth.

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