List/Grid Monthly Archives: August 2015

U.S.-based bond funds post fourth straight week of outflows: ICI

U.S.-based bond funds post fourth straight week of outflows: ICI

Personal Finance | Wed Aug 26, 2015 12:24pm EDT NEW YORK | By Sam Forgione Traders exit the trading floor after the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange… Read more »

Bill Gross's Janus bond fund drops second consecutive day

Bill Gross's Janus bond fund drops second consecutive day

NEW YORK Bill Gross’s Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund (JUCAX.O) suffered its second day of declines in its net asset value on Tuesday, wiping out gains for the year, according… Read more »

Currencies: Dollar moves off session highs after Dudley comments

Currencies: Dollar moves off session highs after Dudley comments

The dollar trimmed its gains against the euro and yen Wednesday after New York Federal Reserve President William Dudley said a September rate hike looks “less compelling” than it did… Read more »

The Balance: Parents: Your child’s camp counselor may be expecting a tip

The Balance: Parents: Your child’s camp counselor may be expecting a tip

There’s a debate raging among parents as the summer draws to a close. In some quarters, it rises to the level of the Hatfield and McCoys, crunchy vs. smooth peanut… Read more »

Metals Stocks: Gold futures settle lower for third straight day

Metals Stocks: Gold futures settle lower for third straight day

By Markets/commodities reporter Gold futures settled Wednesday at their lowest level in just over a week after falling for a third straight session, as a jump in U.S. equities and… Read more »

Earnings Outlook: What to watch for in Tiffany earnings

Earnings Outlook: What to watch for in Tiffany earnings

Tiffany & Co. will report earnings for second-quarter 2015 Thursday morning. In less than a year, the luxury retailer has undergone a number of high-level executive changes. Frederic Cumenal was… Read more »

Encore: Market fluctuations highlight risks as baby boom retires

Encore: Market fluctuations highlight risks as baby boom retires

The recent gut-wrenching falls in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other market indexes highlight the terrifying nature of our employer-based retirement system. Yes, stocks over the long run have… Read more »

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks mount fresh attempt to snap six-session losing streak

Market Snapshot: U.S. stocks mount fresh attempt to snap six-session losing streak

U.S. stocks gave up nearly half of the opening gains in volatile trade on Wednesday, as investors appeared less convinced that fresh stimulus measures by China’s central bank are enough… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Securities-pricing problems hit U.S. mutual funds, ETFs

The Wall Street Journal: Securities-pricing problems hit U.S. mutual funds, ETFs

Bank of New York Mellon Corp. is having problems pricing ETFs and mutual funds. An outage at a key provider of data to the asset-management industry has prevented dozens of… Read more »

The Tell: Euro still forecast to hit parity with U.S. dollar in 2015

The Tell: Euro still forecast to hit parity with U.S. dollar in 2015

The odds of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates in September — or even this year — have diminished greatly since the beginning of August. But despite this massive shift… Read more »

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