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There’s A Blacklist That Rules $800 Billion U.S. Loan Market

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Unlike any other market in the U.S., the blacklist rules in leveraged loans, with borrowers—and the investors who control them—choosing who gets into the club

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Lockheed Settles Lawsuit Charging It Shortchanged 120,000 Workers, Retirees

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Lockheed Martin agreed to settle a $1.3 billion lawsuit claiming it subjected workers and retirees in its 401(k) plan to excessive fees and left them in a stock fund with bad returns.

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Pension Time Bomb Ticks As Disclosure Rules Toughen

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New Jersey, like other municipal governments, used an accounting sleight-of-hand for years to boost pension-funding levels. New rules are putting an end to the practice.

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Junk Bond Investors May See Gains Wiped Out This Year

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Junk bond investors are poised to forfeit all the gains they’ve accumulated this year as a selloff triggered by plunging oil prices pushes the debt toward its first loss since the financial crisis.

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Gross Backs Krugman View Of Fed In World Of Low Inflation

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“The Fed is in a corner -- it wants to raise rates in 2015 but Oil / Dollar / Disinflation say NO! NO! NO!!” billionaire investor Bill Gross of Janus Capital Group Inc. wrote on Twitter yesterday.

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Why 1998 Was Different From, And the Same As, The Emerging-Market Crisis Now

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Emerging markets today look a lot like they did in 1998. Yet there have been key changes that could help most of them escape full-blown crises.

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Hedge Fund Manager Who Remembers 1998 Rout Says Prepare for Pain

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The biggest causes for worry, says Stephen Jen, are the slowdown in China and the likelihood U.S. growth will propel the dollar higher and suck assets out of emerging markets.

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Shunning Apple Tops Long List Of Bad Market Calls In 2014

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Aversion to the iPhone maker is turning out to be one of the worst blunders in 2014 for money managers, who are trailing benchmark indexes by the most in almost a decade.

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Holidays Bring Good Tithings To U.S. Charities Favored By Elites

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Groups connected to higher education, medical research and cultural institutions are flush, but charities that rely on smaller individual gifts are lagging behind.

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