Bernanke: How the Fed’s Thinking Has Changed
The ex-Fed chairman says there has been a change in how most FOMC participants view growth, unemployment and the value of the federal funds rate.
Trump: ‘Taxes Are One of the Biggest Differences in This Race’
In a Detroit speech, Donald Trump laid out his plans to cut business and personal income taxes and eliminate the federal estate tax.
Barclays to Pay $100 Million Over State Libor Probes
Barclays agreed to pay $100 million to 44 U.S. states to resolve an investigation into interest-rate manipulation by the bank.
High-Yield Bond Funds Going Strong Following Earlier Declines
While the risks are still very real, high-yield bond funds continue to deliver hot returns.
Top Portfolio Products: New Bond, Macro and Real Estate Funds
The new fund sponsors are American Funds, Franklin Templeton with K2 and CAPFUNDR with Hamilton Real Estate Capital.
Are ‘Safe Haven’ Assets Safe Anymore?
"There is no safety in safety," says Tiger 21 founder Michael Sonnenfeldt.
Clinton vs. Trump: 2 Wildly Different Tax, Economic Plans
Moody’s economist Mark Zandi analyzes how the candidates’ plans on taxes, trade and immigration would affect the economy.
Top Portfolio Products: Additions and Subtractions for Direxion ETFs
Direxion announced two new ETFs plus splits for five ETFs that rallied sharply and reverse splits for four that suffered large losses.
It’s Not Just Fees That Hurt Performance of Active Management
S&P Dow Jones Indices reports that most retail mutual funds underperform their benchmarks even before fees are calculated.
Third Avenue Said to Consider Sale of Credit Fund After Turmoil
The Focused Credit Fund halted redemptions in December and spurred a selloff in the high-yield market.