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Target-Date Funds To Be Majority Of DC Assets, Predicts Northern Trust

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Target-date funds will be the majority of assets in 401(k) plans as a result of increased automatic enrollment and other automated features, Northern Trust predicts.

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Affluent Gen Y Ditch DC Plans

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Short-term goals and financial independence take precedence over traditional tax-deferred retirement savings accounts for this group, says Hearts & Wallets.

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TIAA-CREF To Buy Nuveen Investments In $6.25 Billion Deal

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TIAA-CREF, the manager of retirement accounts for teachers, agreed to buy Nuveen Investments from Madison Dearborn Partners LLC for $6.25 billion.

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Fidelity Investments Explores New Trading Venue

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Fidelity Investments said it is exploring the creation of a new trading venue with other asset managers, as U.S. regulators investigate high-frequency trading.

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Popular Value Fund Manager Iben Bets On Russia, Gold

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With large bets on Russia and North American gold miners, one of the best performing stock pickers in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis is back with a new fund that reflects his deep aversion to...

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DoubleLine Launches Two New Fixed-Income Mutual Funds

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The firm has opened the DoubleLine Flexible Income Fund and DoubleLine Low Duration Emerging Markets Fixed Income Fund to investors.

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SEC Seeks More Comments On Target-Date Funds

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The SEC reopened the comment period on proposed target-date fund regulations over concerns that risks over time would not be fully disclosed to investors.

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Vanguard Says Minority of High-Speed Traders May Abuse

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The majority of high-frequency traders benefit investors by providing market liquidity, the head of Vanguard's equity investment group said.

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Pimco's Gross Sees Low, Mid-Single Digit Returns In 2014

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Bill Gross, manager of the world's largest bond fund at Pimco, says asset returns will be in the low- to mid-single digits this year despite relatively positive economic growth.

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Mutual-Fund Oversight Undermined by FSOC, SEC’s Aguilar Says

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The SEC's authority to regulate mutual funds is being undercut by a panel of regulators assigned to examine threats to the broader economy, Commissioner Luis A. Aguilar says.

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