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Citigroup reaches $7 billion mortgage bond settlement
Joins JPMorgan Chase in settling charges it misrepresenting the quality of mortgage-backed bonds sold to investors as housing prices plummeted.
Investors bracing for a wild second half of 2014
Breakfast with Benjamin: Buckling up for a rocky second half. Plus: Companies tweak bylaws to tamp down shareholder lawsuits, Morningstar settles software piracy case, JPMorgan embraces smart-beta investing, and buying beer stocks when it's hot outside.
JPMorgan investors show support for Dimon in cancer fight
CEO tells investors and shareholders he'll continue to run the bank 'as normal' during treatment
Most investors missed the Dow's early fireworks
Today's Breakfast with Braswell covers investors missing out on the Dow's latest rally, another gender bias suit hitting Wall Street, and much more.
Ex-Credit Suisse brokers sued over alleged theft of client data
Two advisers who had $3.5 million in production took confidential information when they moved to J.P. Morgan Securities, suit alleges.
Clintons jump through financial planning loopholes to dodge estate taxes they support
Breakfast with Benjamin: Brokers pouncing on 401(k) biz. Plus: The Clintons dodge the estate taxes they support. The Fed wants to add exit fees to bond funds, U.S. banks on the edge of new funding rules, Congress mulls investor confidence on your dime, El-Erian sides with the IMF, and merger mania
J.P. Morgan jumps into white-hot ETF fray
Wading into a crowded ETF market, J.P. Morgan is set to launch 'strategic beta' fund on Tuesday. Don't miss: How smart beta ETFs turned closet indexing into a winner and Smart beta is silly talk.
BlackRock lists Ukraine among the biggest threats facing the markets
Breakfast with Benjamin: BlackRock calls Ukraine a market threat. Plus: JPMorgan gets a slap on the wrist from Finra, Yellen ponders fuzzy unemployment data, where the gold rally is headed from here, and the emergence of subprime business loans.
Next on Janet Yellen's to-do list: Winding down a $4.5T balance sheet
On Friday's menu: What's next on Yellen's to-do list. Plus: Small-cap stock weakness as a leading indicator, an SEC official dishes on PE funds, big banks are loving big mortgages, three finance questions you better be able to answer, and getting by on $6,000 an hour.
Wirehouses warm to bank channel recruits
Wirehouses are now focusing on a new market segment in their talent searches: bank channel recruits. Why the change in sentiment for advisers once considered too risky?
Living with market volatility
Breakfast with Benjamin: The bull run is not over; neither is the spike in volatility. Plus: The upside of suddenly cheaper stocks, JPMorgan's big miss, mutual fund investors always get creamed, placing speed bumps in front of high-frequency traders and not having Kathleen Sebelius to kick around
What are the economic consequences of the next Cold War?
Breakfast with Benjamin: How the Russia situation could hit the economy. Plus: JPMorgan abandons its commodities business, Morningstar's deep dive into the Pimco mess, expect the expected from Yellen today, retirees give Boomers the playbook, and, big surprise, short-sellers badmouth stocks.
J.P. Morgan Securities goes on recruiting offensive
Firm signs on to broker protocol as it moves to make sure its name is more prominent in the eyes of top advisers.
J.P. Morgan adds six advisers with $1.2 billion
J.P. Morgan Securities recruits come from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bernstein and UBS.
Bill Gross compares Chinese economy to 'mystery meat'
Breakfast with Benjamin:The Bond King: China's a big risk. Plus: JPMorgan goes on a settlement binge, finance industry tells investors to stay calm, Obama administration catches a CBO boomerang, and some healthy balance sheets for the New Year.
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