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After Michael Marcovici trained his rodents to guess forex price movements, investors started calling.
By giving consumers an effective tax cut and suppressing inflation, the recent decline should foster growth and help keep rates low.
The return of volatility may appear to be bad for investors, but the divergent growth among markets will provide sound investment opportunities in the coming year.
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The greenback’s gains are likely to be modest, and many EM economies have reduced their vulnerability with structural reforms.
For companies seeking cost efficiency in a post-Dodd-Frank world, clearing and settlement systems can step in to handle regulation and data management functions.
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Science fiction could soon become fact for investors, as Elon Musk’s SpaceX gets closer to achieving its goal of establishing a permanent colony on Mars.
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A closely contested race between two Democratic candidates features a clash between pension reform and public safety.
Leon Cooperman gave away $100 million in the last 12 months. The billionaire investor discusses the importance of giving and some of his favorite philanthropic organizations, including his own Cooperman Scholars program.
The University of Notre Dame CIO shares his latest views on investing one of the world’s largest educational endowments.
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“Hey, you, get onto my cloud” is a refrain that software vendors are increasingly singing.
J.P. Morgan's Justin Lake explains why health care reform is here to stay and why that belief has prompted him to take a bullish stance on his sectors.
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