Economy

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Geopolitical Risk Is Back, Analyst Tells Advisors

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Geopolitical risk may be a headwind for emerging economies, an analyst told TD Ameritrade's national conference.

El-Erian: Markets Front-Run Fed In Tightening Financial Conditions

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The chief economic advisor at Allianz says the markets effectively have served as front-runners to the Fed.

U.S. Small Businesses Boost Hiring In January, Says NFIB

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Small businesses stepped up hiring in January after taking a pause in December.

Air Traffic Jumps Most In Five Years As Fares Follow Oil Lower

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Airline traffic surged 6.5 percent last year, the most since the post-slump rebound of 2010.

Is It Time For Clients To Take Their 401(k)s Off Auto-Pilot?

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Lower balances raise anxieties about target-date funds.

Gross Asks World’s Central Bankers: ‘How’s It Workin’ For Ya?’

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Gross says the question sums up the impotency of low interest rates to generate acceptable economic growth worldwide.

The Fed Wants To Test How Banks Would Handle Negative Rates

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As negative interest rates go global, the Fed is asking banks to consider the same for the U.S.

Jeb Bush Bet Turns Into Company Joke At Goldman Sachs

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Following that misfire, contributions from employees of one of the most politically connected companies have plummeted.

Welcome To A Rocky 2016

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In the year just ended, the world’s securities markets were unkind to most asset classes.

Slowing is Not Stopping

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And other commonsense talking points for 2016.

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