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Quantitative easing has failed to promote economic activity as expected, but it has driven interest rates to virtually zero. Given that backdrop, asset bubbles are to be expected
Shares of Kansas City-based UMB Financial are up over 17 percent year-to-date, far outpacing mega-banks like JP Morgan and Bank of America.
Health Savings Accounts were created in 2003 so that individuals covered by high-deductible health plans could receive tax-preferred treatment of money saved for medical expenses.
It’s not uncommon for the market to be volatile in the first few months of an election year and then rebound once the candidates are chosen.
Currency headwinds may not be dominating headlines this earnings season as they did in the first quarter, but the strong dollar is still taking its toll on America’s biggest companies.
Too big to fail banks are getting headlines and fines while UMB is providing superior returns, says Mariner Kemper, CEO of UMB Financial.
A sluggish forecast from Best Buy unnerved traders today. Mariner Kemper, UMB Financial CEO, talks banking.
These three names are particularly weak, and could soon become shorting candidates.
UMB Financial CEO Mariner Kemper remains wary of the Fed's easy money plans, despite his bank's steady performance.
UMB Healthcare Services CEO Dennis Triplett talks about the benefits of health savings accounts (HSA).
Mariner Kemper, CEO of UMB Financial, says his bank is succeeding due to its conservative practices yet is being punished for the risk-taking of his too-big-to-fail competitors.
XLF has been consolidating gains since late March and doesn't look ready to start a new uptrend.
The list expands to 28 with a new emphasis on financial services.
Small-caps that raise their dividends year after year signify company health and confident management.