Does Black Friday Still Matter?
Over the past two years, Black Friday sales estimates have fallen. Does that mean the unofficial kick-off to retailers’ holiday season has lost its impact?
U.S. Investor Confidence Drops 10%: State Street
While North American investors are pessimistic, their European counterparts are upbeat, the global survey shows.
Why Advisors Ignore ESG Investing at Their Peril
Advisors who fail to understand the growing popularity of investing according to environmental, social and governance principles risk falling behind their competition.
Now’s The Time for Active Investment Strategies, Advisors Say
In particular, advisors said passive ETFs were not a good way to capture high yield in the long term, according to an AB survey.
Top 10 Ridiculous Luxury Christmas Gifts: 2015
If price is no object, these presents will look perfect, and perfectly ridiculous, under the Christmas tree this year.
Ex-Morgan Advisor, in Unusual Move, Takes FINRA Arb Case to Federal Court
Few advisors appeal a FINRA promissory-note ruling because the odds of winning are slim; however, Laurie Facsina’s case is different from most.
Currency Spoofing Is Said to Be in New York’s Crosshairs
Attorney General Schneiderman's office said to be investigating placing of fake foreign-exchange orders, known as "spoofing" or "ghosting."
Deutsche Bank Co-CEO Cryan Says Bankers Are Still Paid Too Much
Managers need to slow the bonus process, and there are too many bankers with senior titles, he said.
SIFMA Says Its Cyberattack Drill Was Successful, but More Action Is Needed
Findings from SIFMA's Quantum Dawn 3 cybersecurity testing exercise show progress, but more needs to be done, the Wall Street advocacy group said.
13 Best & Worst Broker-Dealers: Q3 Earnings, 2015
Some firms had a “hiccup” in the period, while others squeezed out decent profit improvements.