Why Bernanke Is Blasting House Highway Bill
Bernanke says the House highway bill is using “sleight-of-hand” maneuvers that uses the Fed to fund highway construction.
Changing Demography to Force Big Shift in Retirement Planning
Posting 3% to 4% economic growth 'like we had in the ’70s or ’80s is never going to happen,’ says Research Affiliates' Chris Brightman.
Will 4th-Quarter Magic Strike Stock Market Again?
What history tells us about stock market performance in the fourth quarter before and during a presidential election year.
Top Portfolio Products: Calvert Adds Funds; ValueLine Adds Shares
How Calvert is responding to the growing interest in socially responsible investing plus a possible new crowdfunding platform in the U.S.
Retirement Account Balances Suffer in Q3 Market Volatility, Fidelity Reports
On Aug. 24, when the Dow lost 1,000 points in intraday trading, Fidelity answered more than 160,000 calls. But most account holders stayed on course.
Obama Rejects Keystone Pipeline
Obama has ended seven years of debate over an infrastructure project that swelled into one of the most contentious environmental issues of his presidency.
What the October Jobs Data Means for the Fed
Here are the three data points to look for in the October jobs report tomorrow to discern how the Fed is leaning, Mohamed El-Erian writes.
Bill Would Tighten Hedge Fund Reporting Rules Amid Puerto Rican Crisis
Rep. Nydia Velázquez, who introduced the bill, accused hedge funds holding Puerto Rican debt of “profiting from the island’s misery.”
Sovereign Wealth Funds Face Their Rainy Day
The retreat of the sovereign wealth funds, with their $6 trillion-plus in assets, is a potential factor of instability in an already sickly global economy.
Valliere Upbeat on Ryan, Economy; Predicts Clinton vs. Rubio Election
The political strategist talks about why both parties are terrified of their presidential front-runners and says the fiscal picture is brighter than many observers think.