Vanguard Announces Fifth Round of Fee Cuts Since December
The latest round include cuts for the world's largest stock and bond funds, the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index and Total Bond Market Index funds.
Mnuchin's Ultra-Long Bond Bid Hits Wall Street Reality
Insurers might love to hold on to bonds for 50 years, but how would banks feel about that?
How Trump's Tax Proposal Could Affect the Muni Bond Market
Cuts in marginal personal and corporate income tax rates and the elimination of the state and local tax deduction from federal taxes could affect munis.
Nuveen Adds Real Estate Allocation to TDF Series: Portfolio Products
In other product news, VictoryShares launches Dividend Accelerator ETF.
The Low-Yield Bond Market Is Back
Advisors face the same challenge today that they faced before the election and two Fed rate hikes: finding income for clients.
U.S. Stocks Should ‘Terrify’ Janet Yellen: Billionaire Investor
Paul Tudor Jones says U.S. market cap to GDP ratio highest since '00; stocks could rise higher after French election.
Fed’s Fischer Says Two More 2017 Hikes Still Feels Right
Market expectations for Fed hikes have softened following a decline in CPI and lowered estimates for Q1 GDP.
Equity Investors Rotate Out of US Into Eurozone: BofA Merrill Survey
The latest BofA Merrill Lynch fund manager survey shows U.S. equity allocations plunging to lowest level in more than nine years.
Can Earnings Season Help Stocks Avoid an Overdue Correction?
That question was just one of many discussed in a recent CFRA webcast "Sell in May, or Will EPS Growth Save the Day?"
The Biggest Concerns of Not-for-Profit Plan Sponsors: TIAA Report
TIAA suggests ways plan sponsors can prepare employees for successful retirement.