House, Senate Races Loom Large for Next President’s Success
“A single party government can work pretty quickly,” said economist Vince Reinhart.
As SEC’s Money Market Rules Begin, Advisors Warned of Complexities
Investors should consider impact of new rules, “including the deteriorating purchasing power protection of money funds,” says PIMCO’s Schneider.
9 Key Things Next President Should Do to Fix Economy: Brookings
Although the economy hasn’t always been the focus of this campaign, it will be among the most important challenges for the next president.
Fed Members See Rate Rise ‘Relatively Soon’
U.S. central bankers debating the merits of raising interest rates last month described the decision as a close call.
Valliere: How Will Markets React to a Clinton, Trump Victory?
Will a President Trump or a President Clinton extend olive branches to appease the markets?
Sizing Up Where Clinton & Trump Invest Their Money
Looking at the candidates’ personal portfolios based on financial disclosures filed with the Federal Election Commission.
One of Gundlach’s Favorite Recession Indicators Just Got Triggered
The trend in the unemployment rate has flipped from improving to deteriorating.
Investor Optimism Highest Since ’07 but More Hold Cash: Wells Fargo
Despite high optimism, investors are moving more money into cash and CDs—one of several perplexing findings in a survey by Wells Fargo and Gallup.
Janus-Henderson Merger May Not Slow Firms’ Outflows
One analyst says the deal brings both sides added distribution capabilities in untapped global markets, but it’s unclear whether outflows can be stopped.
Bill Gross: Central Bankers Are Gamblers Fueling ‘Capital Destruction’
Janus bond guru compares Yellen, Draghi, Kuroda to delusional gamblers who follow the “Martingale System.”