Fed Keeps ‘Considerable Time’ Pledge as Growth Is ‘Moderate’
The Federal Reserve maintained a commitment to keep interest rates near zero for a “considerable time” after asset purchases are completed.
Gundlach: Inflation Worries ‘5 Years Too Early’
DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach says “the market is not terribly concerned on the long end” when it comes to interest rates.
SEC Hits New York HFT Firm With Biggest-Ever Net Capital Fine
The SEC has fined a high-frequency trading firm $16 million, the largest penalty ever for a net capital violation.
WBI Investments Launches 10 ETFs, Attracts $1 Billion-Plus in Assets
WBI’s Don Schreiber says actively managed ETFs are the “next frontier” for ETF growth.
9 Reasons Why Alan Greenspan Is Wrong About Everything
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan recently laid out nine reasons the economy stinks. Here’s why he’s wrong, according to New York Life’s John Kim.
Record S&P Masks Pain as 47% of Nasdaq Mired in Bear Market
Beneath the U.S. stock market’s record-setting gains, trouble is stirring.
9 Reasons Why Economy Stinks, According to Alan Greenspan
The former Fed chief sees a bunch of reasons why the economy won't kick into high gear, and none of them has a simple fix.
SEC Creates New Office of Risk Assessment
SEC created new Office of Risk Assessment to help provide data-driven risk assessment tools and models to support a wide range of SEC activities.
The Biggest Lie of the New Century
The claim that bank executives did nothing illegal during the financial crisis is simply implausible if not laughable, Barry Ritholtz writes.
Clients Less Anxious but Risk Aversion Is Rising, Advisors Say
Advisors say client anxiety has abated, but they see a big increase in risk aversion in the next year, a Hartford Funds survey says.