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Don't Bother The headlines have a strangely unreal ring about them these days. The Federal Reserve's easy money policy is either about to end or last for years more, housing is in recovery or it's an illusion , and people aren't buying cars because
Topics The logo for Wells Fargo bank is pictured in downtown Los Angeles, California July 17, 2012. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said there is mounting evidence that Bank of America Corp, Wells Fargo and Co and other banks violated the
But if you're a woman who wants to balance trading and a family, one hedge fund manager says that's not possible. "You will never see as many great women investors or traders as men...End of story," said billionaire Paul Tudor Jones at the University
The age-old New Jersey practice of double dipping occurs when state employees "retire," begin collecting a pension and then are rehired, often the next day...They retire, collect a pension and begin accruing a second or third pension at the taxpayers'
Passport Capital is a San Francisco-based global investment firm founded by John Burbank in 2000. Passport takes a strategy that focuses on major global themes, driven by macroeconomic analysis and fundamental research. McGraw is now Passport's
Investors poured a massive $7.5 billion into equity funds this week. Bond funds had a big week too, increasing assets under management by $4.5 billion. Commodity funds suffered $2.1 billion of outflows, while money-market funds took in $16 billion.
It was no small matter for the ILM Group's executives when they froze the pension plan that has provided retirement security for the firm's employees since 1947. The financial pressure of maintaining the plan had been mounting on the small insurer
May 2013 The recent elections to the City of London's local authority were fiercely fought, after years where the majority of seats went uncontested. Lessons should be drawn for any future attempt to reform the financial services industry. Elections
In an over-crowded marketplace, it is hard to sort the lemons from the apples and most borrowers invariably end up making bad decisions due to a sheer lack of in-depth knowledge. In order to facilitate informed decision-making and more productive
Co-operative Bank halts new business lending The Co-op's lending to retail customers is unaffected Co-operative Bank has stopped offering new business loans amid concerns over its capital position. The bank is continuing to provide lending to