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The foundation of the recent market rally, to me, is on a shaky foundation. Check out this piece from the IMF. And from my pal Danielle DiMartino Booth: Taking a Bite of Forbidden Fruit VIPs Financial services layoffs continue as BlackRock and Sta...
Unfortunately for NFLX, the competition will only increase.
* The fundamentals are bad and getting worse * Expectations remain far too optimistic * Reward v. risk no longer attractive * S&P cash stands at 2590 against a "fair market value" of 2400-2500 Even before Fed Chair Powell delivered his more dovish m...
These 'Bearish Bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
MSCI's GICS reclassification is yet another example of the ETF-ization of this market.
The creature from beneath your bed, or from the darkest recesses of your closet, can still spook the marketplace.
The dividend and stock-buyback plans of all 34 of the country's biggest banks won approval from the Federal Reserve, but it was a close call for some.
American Water Works leads the S&P 500 with the highest female representation on its board of directors.
Bank On It: Biggest U.S. Lenders Pass Fed's Stress Tests
The bronze statue, known as 'Fearless Girl,' was installed by State Street Global Advisors a day before International Women's Day.
State Street global CIO Lori Heinel comments on the money manager's new program to promote gender diversity on Wall Street.
Gold bugs no longer have to fear the specter of a strong dollar thanks to a brand new hedged ETF.
The SPDR Gold Shares ETF has attracted $11.8 billion of inflows.
The majority of asset managers are trailing the S&P 500 so far in 2016. A big reason for that underperformance is the emergence of index funds.
Lots of energy names facing the potential for lower prices.
Americans are making a series of easily fixable mistakes that are slamming their retirement savings.
Investors have been hearing for years that interest rates are headed up, even as they have watched them fall to record lows.
The company has been shrinking its GE Capital financial arm.
General Electric said Wednesday it is selling its asset management unit to State Street for up to $485 million.