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El-Erian: 4 Things To Remember After Wild Market Week

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Allianz's chief economic advisor and former Pimco CIO provides four interrelated lessons on last's weeks wild market swings.

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Dan Fuss: Defense Spending To Upend CBO Projections

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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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Pimco To Blackstone Ready To Feast On Debt Rout

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In a junk-bond market that has been anything but high-yield for almost two years, the world’s biggest debt-fund managers are getting ready to pounce after stockpiling cash for a selloff.

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Inflation Fears Jeered

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Bond managers have flip-flopped on inflation views, say panelists.

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U.S. Foreclosure Activity Falls To Eight-Year Low

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Foreclosure activity across the United States declined last month to the lowest level since July 2006, as banks reclaimed fewer homes, says RealtyTrac.

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'When Will I Stop Working?' Is Retirement Planning’s Big Question, Survey Finds

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Sixty-one percent of respondents in a survey released today said that not knowing when they will stop working was their biggest obstacle to planning for retirement.

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Oil And Junk Don’t Mix As 19% Rout Posted On Worst Of Crude Debt

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If you’re wondering why junk bonds keep selling off, consider this: Oil prices are tanking and energy companies now account for a record proportion of the below investment-grade market.

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Top 10 Wealthiest States

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Based on income, GDP and federal taxes paid, the personal finance Web site WalletHub evaluated the 50 states and the District of Columbia to determine which states the richest Americans call home.

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Advisors Focus On Panic Prevention In Volatile Market

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When the market gets volatile, Mark DiGiovanni tells his clients to turn off the television and Internet and go work in the garden.

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Bond Market Convinced Fed Inflation Goal Elusive This Decade

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When it comes to spurring inflation, the bond market is becoming convinced that the Federal Reserve has almost no chance of achieving its 2 percent target before the end of the decade.

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