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Paychecks fail to keep pace even as the cost of living in the U.S. rose less than forecast in May.
Investors cut bond holdings to a near two-year low and bought stocks, as expectations the Federal Reserve may remove monetary stimulus bolstered growth forecasts, a BofA survey showed.
Equity markets are off their highs on worries that the Fed will soon start tapering its QE policy, but three well-known fund managers say the Fed’s not shifting gears anytime soon.
The leading Republican and Democrat on an important House subcommittee say they want legislation to allow troubled union multiemployer pension plans to reduce benefits.
Some Fed policy makers are citing the lowest inflation rate in at least five decades as an alarm bell for the economy...
Pacific Investment Management Co., the world’s largest active bond manager, said investors should cut risk amid a more than 60 percent chance of a global recession in the next three to five years.
Investors should be wary of high- yield borrowers as slowing growth in Asia threatens profitability, according to Pacific Investment Management Co., manager of the world’s biggest fixed-income fund.
Michael Aronstein, a poet, and Michael Shaoul, a doctor of philosophy, have made their MainStay Marketfield Fund the world’s fastest-growing by anticipating recoveries in the most-hated assets.
Sales increased for the fifth consecutive quarter and were nearly 150-percent higher than a year ago, according to Beacon Research.
Chairman Ben S. Bernanke needs to see four months of job growth averaging at least 200,000 to justify reducing the pace of asset purchases, according to observers.
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