List/Grid Monthly Archives: November 2015

Market Extra: December is usually kind to stock-market investors

Market Extra: December is usually kind to stock-market investors

Holiday spirit? December has been kind to Wall Street. When it comes to stocks, no other month has been as good to investors as December. Going back as far back… Read more »

Market Extra: What you need to know about China’s inclusion in IMF currency basket

Market Extra: What you need to know about China’s inclusion in IMF currency basket

The IMF on Monday made the yuan part of its currency basket. The International Monetary Fund’s executive board on Monday decided to include the Chinese yuan—also known as the renminbi—in… Read more »

The Margin: A home in Manhattan is half the cost of one in London

The Margin: A home in Manhattan is half the cost of one in London

New York City is expensive — but putting a roof over your head in a similar London neighborhood can cost more than twice as much. Homes — apartments and houses… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: Fitbit rises after reports of strong holiday sales, upgrade

The Wall Street Journal: Fitbit rises after reports of strong holiday sales, upgrade

Fitbit Inc. FIT, +2.84%  stock rose as much as 5% Monday amid signs that shoppers will be snapping up its wearable fitness trackers this holiday season. In a press release… Read more »

Millennials cheer as boomers retire

Millennials cheer as boomers retire

Tales of baristas with college degrees may soon become more of a rarity. The underemployment rate for college graduates dropped to 6.2% this year from a high of 10.2% during… Read more »

The Wall Street Journal: IMF lifts Chinese yuan to elite lending-reserve currency status

The Wall Street Journal: IMF lifts Chinese yuan to elite lending-reserve currency status

U.S. President Barack Obama chats with International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde (L) prior to a working session at the Group of 20 (G20) leaders summit in the… Read more »

The Tell: U.S. Treasurys lag behind in November as investors brace for rate hike

The Tell: U.S. Treasurys lag behind in November as investors brace for rate hike

U.S. government bonds were on track to underperform all major European government bonds in November, as investors sold U.S. Treasurys in anticipation of a potential interest-rate hike by the Federal… Read more »

5 of the strangest driving laws in the nation

5 of the strangest driving laws in the nation

Where drinking and driving is legal It is legal to drink and drive in just one state in the country: Mississippi. The state allows drivers to drink alcohol while operating… Read more »

Why more college grads are landing real jobs

Why more college grads are landing real jobs

Tales of baristas with college degrees may soon become more of a rarity. The underemployment rate for college graduates dropped to 6.2% this year from a high of 10.2% during… Read more »

Michael Bloomberg to chair group to establish yuan clearing in U.S.

Michael Bloomberg to chair group to establish yuan clearing in U.S.

Personal Finance | Mon Nov 30, 2015 11:57am EST NEW YORK | By Sam Forgione Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg speaks to media people after a meeting at… Read more »

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