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1921. How to make the most of a zero-commission world
How interested are people in trading stocks for free?
11:33 14.11.2019
1920. Rising Medicare prices will shrink Social Security inflation adjustment next year
(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)
12:59 12.11.2019
1919. U.S. company directors compensated more than ever, but now risk backlash
(This November 8 story corrects spelling of analytics firm ESGauge, paragraph 10)
08:53 11.11.2019
1918. Culture change is the cutting edge of mental health benefits at work
When Hartmut Braune comes to work in security communications at SAP, he never knows what emergency will land in his inbox.
13:15 08.11.2019
1917. Billionaires' wealth falls for first time since 2015
The world"s richest people became a little less well off last year, according to a report by UBS and PwC, as geopolitical turmoil and volatile equity markets reduced the wealth of billionaires for...
10:45 08.11.2019
1916. Five new life lessons from Charles Schwab
(The writer is a Reuters contributor; the opinions expressed are his own.)
11:04 07.11.2019
1915. Record highs not enough to lure fund investors to U.S. stocks
U.S. investors last week pulled $4.1 billion from mutual funds and exchange-traded funds that hold domestic stocks, extending a pullback from the U.S. equities market that has now lasted for five of...
11:59 06.11.2019
1914. Beyond windmills, Epoch's Van Valen looks for grid improvements
At a time when U.S. utilities face pressure to rely more on renewable energy, a well-known investor in the space said it is equally important to judge companies by their spending on less glamorous...
12:11 05.11.2019
1913. Starved for income? Hungry investors hunt dividend ETFs
Rock-bottom interest rates may be great for lots of people - but not for savers.
11:59 01.11.2019
1912. Wealth gap among retired Americans worsens despite a growing economy
(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)
06:36 31.10.2019
1911. AT&T to add directors, sell up to $10 billion in assets next year
AT&T Inc on Monday unveiled a three-year strategic plan that included selling up to $10 billion worth of businesses next year, paying off all its debt from the purchase of Time Warner and adding two...
13:21 28.10.2019
1910. Ken Fisher says no lay-offs despite withdrawals over his remarks
Fisher Investments founder Ken Fisher said there will be no lay-offs at his Washington state investment firm despite some $3 billion in withdrawals by pension funds and others over allegedly sexist...
13:00 28.10.2019
1909. Fisher loses another $584 million from high-profile clients
A Texas retirement system and Goldman Sachs Group Inc pulled a combined $584 million from Fisher Investments on Friday, after allegations that firm founder Ken Fisher made sexist comments at a...
14:42 25.10.2019
1908. Despite robot efficiency, human skills still matter at work
Artificial intelligence is approaching critical mass at the office, but humans are still likely to be necessary, according to a new study by executive development firm, Future Workplace, in...
07:02 25.10.2019
1907. After Ken Fisher no-show, LA pension system terminates his firm
The Los Angeles fire and police pension system voted to terminate Fisher Investments on Thursday over allegedly sexist comments made by founder Ken Fisher earlier this month.
17:40 24.10.2019
1906. U.S. stock funds post near $4 billion outflow: Lipper
U.S. equity funds shed $3.98 billion in the week ended Wednesday, according to data released by Lipper on Thursday.
16:10 24.10.2019
1905. Third Point confirms EssilorLuxottica stake, still talking with Sony: letter
Billionaire investor Daniel Loeb said on Thursday his hedge fund owns a $700 million stake in Ray-Ban maker EssilorLuxottica SA and is urging the company to "accelerate leadership transitions".
09:30 24.10.2019
1904. Vinik to shut down hedge fund, says raising cash 'much harder' than expected
Money manager Jeffrey Vinik said on Wednesday he was shutting down his stock-picking hedge fund, citing unexpected difficulties raising cash for the decision to end a much-hyped but short-lived...
16:31 23.10.2019
1903. U.S. money market assets increased in latest week: iMoneyNet
U.S. money market fund assets increased by $18.00 billion to $3.437 trillion in the week ended Oct 22, the Money Fund Report said on Wednesday.
14:17 23.10.2019
1902. Workers in pain: Employers take a new twist to prevent costly injuries
Your job does not have to be physically demanding to literally be a pain in the neck, or knee, or lower back.
07:11 23.10.2019
1901. Precious metals net second biggest weekly inflows on record: BAML
Precious metals enjoyed their second biggest inflows in the week to Wednesday, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said on Friday, as festering trade tensions and global growth woes triggered a rush for...
05:29 27.09.2019
1900. Australia's AMP under pressure as pension clients exit
Australia"s AMP Ltd has lost at least one major pension contract while other companies are reviewing their relationship with the wealth manager, which has struggled to stem a client exodus following...
03:12 27.09.2019
1899. SEC adopts new rules to level playing field for ETF providers
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday said it would adopt a new rule to modernize how exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are brought to the market and their regulation.
16:05 26.09.2019
1898. U.S. investors prepare for drawn-out House impeachment proceedings
Investors are starting to prepare for a long U.S. impeachment process that could drag into 2020.
14:00 26.09.2019
1897. Column: U.S. Democrats have wisely moved to the left on ideas for Social Security reform
(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)
13:47 26.09.2019
1896. Your Money: How to make seniors smarter about financial scams
If you are seriously ill and homebound, or starting to be prone to forgetfulness, do you have someone you trust with your ATM code to run out and get you some cash?
12:49 26.09.2019
1895. Wealth manager Moneyfarm wins Poste Italiane, Allianz backing
Digital wealth management company Moneyfarm said on Thursday it had raised 36 million pounds ($44.4 million) from Poste Italiane and Allianz Asset Management in its latest funding round.
05:15 26.09.2019
1894. Fidelity fund's big bet on Juul looms large amid controversy
Juul Labs Inc has become one the biggest bets in the portfolio of Fidelity’s $28 billion Blue Chip Growth Fund, whose exposure to the troubled e-cigarette maker has climbed to $761 million amid a...
21:24 25.09.2019
1893. Timeline: Significant events in the history of Juul
The following are some significant events in the history of Juul.
21:24 25.09.2019
1892. Factbox: U.S. lawsuits take aim at vaping
Several deaths and potentially hundreds of illnesses tied to e-cigarettes, which allow users to inhale nicotine vapor, often flavored, without smoking, have been reported by U.S. health agency....
21:24 25.09.2019
1891. Investors race into U.S. stock funds with largest weekly surge since June
Investors jumped back into mutual funds and exchange-traded funds that hold U.S. stocks last week by sending approximately $11.8 billion in net assets into the category, the greatest weekly surge...
12:51 25.09.2019
1890. Your Money: How to use ETFs as a buffer in volatile markets
When it comes to investing, how much are you willing to put on the line for the biggest possible gains? If bumpy markets are making you nervous, there is a middle ground emerging between being all-in...
07:07 25.09.2019
1889. U.S. Labor Department extends overtime pay to 1.3 million U.S. workers
The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday issued a long-awaited rule extending mandatory overtime pay for 1.3 million U.S. workers, far fewer than an Obama administration rule that was struck down by a...
10:38 24.09.2019
1888. A Model Life: Life Lessons with Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields has been in the public eye - and earning money - nearly from birth. But unlike many other child stars, Shields has not flamed out, or gotten lost to drugs. Instead she’s a married mom...
08:22 24.09.2019
1887. China, U.S. had 'constructive' trade talks in Washington: Xinhua
China and the United States had "constructive" discussions on trade in Washington, state news agency Xinhua said on Saturday.
21:00 20.09.2019
1886. Tottenham Hotspur FC completes 637 million pound stadium refinancing
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has completed a 637 million pound ($798.67 million) stadium refinancing package that included a bond issue to U.S. investors and a term loan, the company said in a...
05:15 20.09.2019
1885. China drafts bar for net capital of banks' wealth management units
China released draft rules on net capital management of commercial banks" wealth management units on Friday, a follow-up move to regulate the risk of country"s newly structured wealth management...
05:06 20.09.2019
1884. Australian regulator loses landmark pension fund court battle
Australia"s banking watchdog lost a landmark case on Friday after a court ruled it had not proved its case alleging wealth manager IOOF Holdings had breached pension laws.
02:41 20.09.2019
1883. Private equity can still find 'diamonds in the rough': Apollo exec
Private equity billionaire Joshua Harris thinks there are still plenty of undervalued companies to improve and profit from, especially away from the public markets.
18:00 19.09.2019
1882. Firm advertised huge returns. It won an award in Monaco. The SEC calls it a fraud
Mediatrix Capital said its clients went five years without a single monthly loss. It said it won an award as top global asset manager for its returns over that time. A group in Monaco declared...
16:32 18.09.2019

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