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In rare move, Vanguard beefs up international exposure in target date funds
Fund giant also plans to launch lower-cost institutional series to expand its market reach.
Morgan Stanley settles mortgage bond probe for $2.6 billion
Breakfast with Benjamin: Plus: Buffet's opaque empire, Obama's regulatory plans and New York's efforts to keep its meat hooks in tax refugees.
Bill Gross a victim of the plunge in oil prices
Manager's $1.46 billion fund at Janus hit by investments in debt issued by U.S., Russian and Brazilian energy companies.
Vanguard may expand fast-growing virtual investing service to advisers
Pilot raised more than $9 billion last year along with hopes for more direct-to-consumer fund sales.
The bond market and the Fed are suddenly marching in lockstep
Breakfast with Benjamin: The bond market and the Fed are suddenly marching in lockstep, with inflation clarity coming soon.
Vanguard finds another way to get its ETFs in your clients' hands
With new presence in the ETF strategist game, Vanguard wins Envestnet, Cambridge and more retirement-plan business.
Gundlach tests ETF waters with new active fund
Rock star portfolio manager's new addition is the 26th exchange-traded fund launched this year but is possibly the most important as test of active management.
Morgan Stanley's Hunger Games-inspired video they don't want you to see
The straitlaced wirehouse pulled the plug on this 10-minute spoof of the popular "Hunger Games" series. But did it go too far? You decide.
BlackRock adds fuel to smart beta debate in push for exotic bond strategies
Money manager set to launch new strategy as “smart” way to dodge investment risks as rates rise.
American Funds ready to double-down on active investing in 2015
Adviser-sold fund giant starts to see some flows after pressing view that active management, especially for retirement goals, works.
Gold loses its luster on the global stage
Breakfast with Benjamin: A stronger dollar and record valuations for global stocks have kicked the precious metal to the curb.
Advisers should brush up on Daniel Kahneman's work
Behavioral economist's insights about advisers and their clients should ring true
Due diligence in the age of flash crashes
The dominance of algorithms in trading means advisers need to re-evaluate their processes
Robo-advisers can't handle complex decisions
Critical thinking that requires human reasoning spells an opportunity for human advisers
Bill Gross pal McCulley leaving Pimco after firm hires former Morgan Stanley chief economist
Soon-to-be former chief economist exiting less than a year after joining, says 'mission is complete.'