Federal Student Loan Rates Rising for the First Time in 3 Years
Rates are rising 0.69% for undergraduate, graduate and Parent Plus and Graduate Plus loans.
Gundlach: Machines Won’t Push Humans Out of Finance
The billionaire DoubleLine founder was interviewed at a Fixed Income Analysts Society event, where he and Dana Emery of Dodge & Cox were honorees.
3 Reasons Why Advisors Must Address Political Anxiety With Clients
A Hartford Funds survey finds that most advisors agree client anxiety led to poor investment decisions last year.
CFPB Wants to Fix Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
The program is designed to help borrowers who work in public service after college but has problems with loan servicing companies.
Political Uncertainty Looms High on REITs’ Radar
Forty-four percent of the largest publicly traded REITs cite risk factors related to the Trump administration in their latest 10-Ks, a study finds.
Industry Needs to ‘Modernize’ to Accept Smaller Investors: Schwab
Wealth is more than "a specific sum of money" to many Americans, and the industry needs to adapt to accept this, Schwab execs say.
MSCI to Add China A Shares to Emerging Markets Index: What It Means for Investors
The change could increase inflows into Chinese stocks and improve governance standards, but risks remain.
Target-Date Managers Expect to Offer Strategic Beta
Active managers can compete with passive ones on cost while keeping value-add tenets of active management, Cerulli says.
3 Reasons DOL Fiduciary Rule Will Stay Intact: ERISA Attorney Wagner
Marcia Wagner says the administration’s focus on the fiduciary rule shows how “important the private pension system is to our safety net of this country.”
Muni Hospital Bonds Resume Winning Run as the Affordable Care Act Fight Lags
Some bond traders would just as soon see the current system stay in place.