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Managers like Michael Jones, CIO of RiverFront Investment Group, are turning to these exchange-traded funds as the U.S. dollar strengthens.
The JOBS Act–driven vision of mass retail participation in private company funding is becoming reality, but hurdles remain.
What to expect in U.S. monetary policy in 2015: softening U.S. economic expansion and inflation below Fed targets.
LATEST ARTICLES IN Banking & Capital Markets
Insurance companies face pressure to consider the potential impact of extreme weather on their policies and investments.
The U.S. is enjoying strong economic growth, but will a Fed rate hike and weak global economy cut the good times short?
The former Merrill Lynch executive explains how investment banking can reclaim its role as a service industry.
LATEST ARTICLES IN Blogs & Columns
If the U.S. is to sustain its economic momentum, the policy burden needs to be shouldered not just by the Fed but by the entire federal government.
The macroeconomic forecast for much of the euro zone looks particularly grim. But there’s some forward movement.
LATEST ARTICLES IN Investors
An add-on to omnibus year-end congressional legislation will allow trustees to reduce benefits in multiemployer plans.
Liquidity and valuation concerns for real estate within savings plans are dwindling, paving the way to greater adoption.
The outcome of an upcoming case at the U.S. Supreme Court could increase the pressure on 401(k) plan sponsors to shift away from retail mutual funds.
LATEST ARTICLES IN Research & Ranking
J.P. Morgan remains the favorite research firm of fixed-income investors worldwide.
Managers say the opening of the Saudi stock market to foreign investors, due in 2015, could trigger a rise in inflows to the Tadawul.
Cyclical downturns create buying opportunities for investors that know where to look, analysts say.
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