5 Things Advisors Should Know About the Democratic Platform
The proposals that Hillary Clinton has announced are "fairly modest from a macroeconomic point of view," a UBS report says.
Fed Leaves Rate Unchanged, Saying Risks Have Diminished
The Fed said risks to the U.S. economy have subsided and the labor market is getting tighter.
Fidelity Unleashes Robo Platform, Fidelity Go, for Retail Investors
The new Fidelity Go platform may be a robo-offering, but the portfolios are managed by humans, not algorithms.
BlackRock Cuts 5-Year Return Assumptions Again for Most Asset Classes
Chief Strategist Richard Turnill cites falling yields and slower global growth expectations for capital markets' bearish outlook.
Global Investors’ Cash Hits Record Level: Merrill
Allocation to equities dropped to the first underweight reading in four years, according to the BofA Merrill fund manager survey.
State Street to Pay $382M Over Hidden Markups in Foreign Currency Trades
State Street set prices driven by predetermined markups and made no effort to obtain the best prices for clients, regulators say.
Asset Managers Gobble Up Smart Beta Firms
These acquisitions provide another revenue source for acquiring asset managers, and their growing popularity could ultimately result in lower fees.
Fidelity Charitable Wants to Help Advisors Provide Philanthropy Services
Fidelity Charitable introduced its Charitable Planning Practice Management program on Tuesday.
Retirement Outlook Improves 'Somewhat' as Workers Embrace Auto-Features: Survey
Retirement savers are more optimistic about how much they’ve saved, but inertia and competing demands keep them from saving more, a J.P. Morgan survey says.
Trump Presidency Could Really ‘Damage’ Economy: GMO’s Inker
GMO portfolio manager Ben Inker talks to ThinkAdvisor about the unusual market risk of a Trump presidency, Brexit and a stock bubble on the horizon.