Pressure on U.S. Households Deepens
More consumers think they can handle a $2,000 shock, but they have little padding left.
European Central Bankers Said to Be Reviewing Corporate-Bond Plan
Key economists have discovered that their easy money is (surprise) not actually getting to smaller companies.
Individual Annuity Sales Softened in Q3: Wink
Indexed annuity sales, and indexed annuity sales commissions, were down.
Jeffrey Hurd to Lead AXA Equitable Operations
Hurd has worked for AIG since 1998 and served in many roles there, including chief operating officer.
Embrace Your Inner Hero
Many people are jaded about their jobs, their government and their futures — but you don't have to be one of them.
Dollar Hoarding Is a Big Year-End Risk for Markets
One question is what will happen to efforts to raise the U.S. debt ceiling.
China's Move to Limit Risk Misses the Problem With Bonds
Beijing regulators are tired of bailing out failed 'wealth management' products.
Jason Rapert to Lead Insurance Legislators Group
An NCOIL panel also agreed to change one word in the group's name.
Senate Releases Tax Bill Text Ahead of ‘Unusually Fast’ Vote
Ron Johnson says lack of time is one of his concerns about the bill.
Tax Loopholes for Wall Street’s Wealthiest Linger in Bill
For advisors, the Senate bill estate tax provision could create interesting opportunities.