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The last two tightening cycles suggest that worries about the Fed derailing the bond market may be overblown.
Two years of uninterrupted gains in U.S...
Fidelity Charitable distributed more than 250,000 grants totaling nearly $1.1 billion during the first six months of 2014, a 19 percent increase from the same period last year.
“Despite the contradiction in U.S. GDP, companies did quite well,” MFS officials wrote in a briefing paper at a mid-year investment round table on Tuesday.
Individuals granted out $822 million in fiscal 2014 to more than 34,500 charities, an increase of 38 percent from a year earlier.
Global investors betting on a pickup in economic growth in the second half of 2014 have driven equity overweight positions to three-year highs, according to a closely watched survey.
While some investors and financial advisors have fled the stock market, Voya U.S. Investment Management advises staying benchmarked in stocks.
Thomas Piketty's book is one of the most controversial this year -- and believe it or not, he actually gives a plug to financial advisors in it, says our book reviewer.
Seattle is in the midst of another boom that’s made it the fastest-growing among the top 50 U.S. cities.
The riskiest money-market mutual funds will have to let their share prices fluctuate and charge investors withdrawal fees during times of stress under tougher U.S. rules set for adoption this month.
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Risk management failed dramatically during steep market drops since '98, and we argue that's because too much focus has been placed on backward-looking risk measures and not enough on scenario analysis. + Read more
All too often, investors head in the wrong direction en masse. They buy stocks at the top of the market or bonds when interest rates are heading up. + Read more