Funds Dump Gold at Fastest Pace Since May as Fed View Shifts
Money managers cut bets on bullion rally by most since May as Fed officials prepare to release policy statement on Sept. 21.
Central Bank Meetings Could Bring 'Global Repricing' This Week: Citi
Expect a bumpy ride as global markets digest news from both a U.S. Fed Reserve and Bank of Japan gathering, according to one analyst.
Raymond James’ Saut: Trump, Clinton Wretched; Markets Rosy
Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James’ chief investment strategist, says Trump “scares me to death” while Clinton “is a liar.”
Bad News for Energy Bulls: Slowing Demand and Increasing Supply
The International Energy Agency says demand for oil is slowing more than expected while OPEC has produced “near record” supply.
Top Portfolio Products: Global X, Nuveen Add ETFs; Financial Engines Expands Services
Global X introduces three tech ETFs while Nuveen adds bond ETF focused on additional yield.
Where Trump, Clinton Stand on Key Tech, Innovation Issues
An IT foundation found much to like in both candidates’ general tech positions, but one has been more assertive on innovation.
Despite Weakening Art Market, These 4 Areas Show Strength
Sales at Christie’s fell sharply in the first half of 2016 compared to a year ago, but certain areas of the market are showing strength.
Harvard Study: Political Dysfunction Threatens U.S. Economy
Once the envy of many nations, the U.S. political system has become “our greatest liability,” three Harvard business professors say in a new study.
Betterment Played Favorites With Clients After Brexit Vote: Massachusetts Regulator
The regulator is unhappy with the unequal treatment of Betterment’s retail and institutional clients during the firm’s trading halt following Brexit.
U.K. Official: No Brexit Negotiations This Year; U.S. Groups Want Transition Period
A British official overseeing trade policy told a SIFMA symposium that the U.K. will “definitely not” begin the process of exiting the EU before year end.