Gold Plunges After 1.8 Million Ounces Traded in One Minute
Comex volume spiked to 18,149 lots in London; ‘no-one has a clue’ what happened, Marex’s Govett says.
JPMorgan Turns Bullish on Future of Global Banks
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley take top spots in firm’s ranking; U.S. investment banks ‘better managed than ever,’ analysts say.
Summer Tax Scams in Full Swing, IRS Warns
Tax pros are also being warned of phishing emails seeking extensive amounts of sensitive preparer data.
Advisor Gets 2 Years in Prison for Cherry-Picking Scheme
SEC 10b-5 charges to allow for criminal prosecution appear to have influenced decision
Guggenheim Launches Multi-Factor Large-Cap ETF: Portfolio Products
VictoryShares introduces a new minimum volatility ETF.
Freitag to Oversee Lincoln Life Unit: Insurance People
Lincoln's move will put an executive with roots in risk management over life operations.
Insurers Make Two Major Pension Risk Transfer Deals
Hartford and Accenture reduced defined-benefit plan obligations by $2.6 billion.
Stock Buybacks Are Plummeting. Should Investors Worry?
With less support from buybacks, companies will have to make money the old-fashioned way, says analyst Howard Silverblatt.
Health Stocks Surge, Shrugging Off Uncertainty in Washington
Many investors now doubt the government will imposes significant restrictions on drug prices.
GOP's Heller Opposes Senate Health Plan in Blow to McConnell
Cruz wants to let states change ACA rules without getting waivers, and to allow interstate individual health sales.