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Record S&P Masks Pain As 47% Of Nasdaq Mired In Bear Market

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Beneath the U.S. stock market’s record-setting gains, trouble is stirring, with about 47 percent of Nasdaq stocks down at least 20 percent from their 12-month peaks.

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Business Tales That Never Grow Old

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"Business Adventures" by John Brooks is a collection of stories that shows there's still much to be learned from the way businesses conducted themselves 50 years ago.

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Greenspan Says U.S. Hindered As Construction Dead In Water

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Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the U.S. economic rebound has been hindered by a slump in the construction industry.

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You Missed $1 Trillion Return If You Agreed With Fed Naysayers

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If you agreed with all the academics, billionaires and politicians who denounced Federal Reserve monetary policy since the financial crisis, you missed $1 trillion of investment returns that came...

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‘Price We Pay’ Film Puts Focus On Tax Avoidance In Inversion Age

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While the practice of corporate “inversion” may be generating headlines in the business world, a new documentary argues the larger issue of tax avoidance has become a major subversion of the...

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Fed: Families Relying Less On Ads/Media To Make Investment Decisions

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Families are relying less on ads and the media to make investment decisions, the Federal Reserve reported Thursday in its 2013 Survey of Consumer Finances.

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Brokers Need Cheap Fed Funds In Emergency, Says Think Tank

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The nation’s largest broker-dealers should be guaranteed access to cheap Federal Reserve loans in emergencies, says Bipartisan Policy Center.

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10 Best Cities For Retirement

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The personal finance site WalletHub says the following cities are the best for retirees for their cost of living, job prospects and recreational activities.

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Yields Driven Under 1% On Almost Half World’s Government Bonds

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Forty-five percent of all government bonds yield less than 1 percent, Bank of America Corp. said as central bankers consider how to support their economies.

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Study: Consumer Anxiety Up, Spending Down

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August will record a second decline in consumer spending, according to the Money Anxiety Index.

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