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Many Disconnected Worlds

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Anyone who looks around in 2024 could be forgiven for thinking that whatever world the stock market is living in, it isn't occupied by most humans.

Hiring Pace For Low-Income Workers Still Robust, Vanguard Says

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Data show the U.S. hiring rate in April climbed to an 18-month high.

Wall Street Tests Market Fallout Of A Trump-Biden Rematch

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Traders are already preparing for the risk of stock-market swings around the November vote

Wall Street Billionaires Are Rushing To Back Trump, Verdict Be Damned

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A growing number of financial elites are throwing their weight behind Trump.

Fed's Favored Inflation Gauge Cools, Spending Unexpectedly Drops

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The report offers Fed officials some solace about the pathway for inflation.

UBS Completes Historic Takeover As Credit Suisse Ends

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Credit Suisse struggled to adapt to a changed banking landscape after the financial crisis.

Raymond James Adds Advisor Team With Nearly $1B AUM

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Raymond James added five advisors who worked at Truist Asset Management in Atlanta.

The Fed Thinks It's Fighting Inflation. Think Again

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Even at more than 5.25%, the central bank's short-term interest-rate target might not be high enough to cool the economy.

Advisors Urged To Educate Americans About 529 Plans

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An Edward Jones survey found that half of adults didn't know what a 529 plan was.

Traders Are Bracing For Record-Smashing Summer That Will Shake Up Commodities

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High prices for food and energy frustrate the Federal Reserve's inflation fight.

French Gates' Unconditional Millions Bring Doubt, Then Delight

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It's a departure from the bureaucratic structure of the Gates Foundation.

Goldman's Waldron Says Fed Needs To ‘Slay The Inflation Dragon'

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“Inflation is clearly moderating but it's still sticky,” he said.

Layoffs, Pricing Power Driving S&P 500 Profits To Highest In 16 Years

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Firms have largely opted not to pass on savings from falling commodity costs.

Former RIA's 'False And Misleading' Statements Draw $600K Penalty, SEC Says

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MassAve and its CEO misled investors about its holdings and exposures, the regulator said.

Muni Market Sees Biggest Boom In Bond Sales Since At Least 2013

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Muni-bond sales have hit $183 billion so far in 2024.

Industry Groups Target DOL's Fiduciary Rule In Second Lawsuit

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The latest legal challenge was launched by nine annuity and insurance trade groups.

Looming Cut In Estate Tax Exemption Has Advisors Looking To Trusts

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Clients need to consider trust strategies as the expiration date on TCJA tax reforms draws nearer, advisors say.

U.S. Consumer Confidence Rises For First Time In Four Months

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But consumers' perceived likelihood of a recession in the next year rose for a second consecutive month.

For Private Credit's Top Talent, $1 Million A Year Is Not Enough

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A mass defection at Barings LLC over compensation has startled the industry.

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