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The Fed is now fretting about wage growth and surprise inflation
Breakfast with Benjamin: Don't look now, but wage growth (for dishwashers, for example) is on the radar. Plus: The SEC's half fix for money funds, a golden cross for Goldman, judge blocks 'Wall Street Wolf's' sucker list, and big city life can be a drag.
SEC passes money fund rules – but wait, the buck could still break
Many advisers expect that their clients will continue to be able to rely on stable money market funds after the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday passed a slate of reforms that include a broad carve-out for products sold to retail investors.But some industry experts cautioned that the
Money funds get new restrictions aimed at preventing runs
Split SEC votes 3-2 to pass rules on money market funds that end four-year struggle to toughen regulations.
Giddy markets continue to look blissfully past mounting geopolitical unrest
Breakfast with Benjamin: Looking past all the geopolitical risk. Plus: U.S. investors finally start diversifying overseas, what's not to like about a marijuana ETF, how the Millennial generation slept through the bull market run, and a tribute to a fund industry critic.
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.
Support eroding for money funds rule as SEC's White pushes vote
One year after the SEC proposed new protections for money-market mutual funds, support is eroding for the agency's plan to rein in the riskiest of them. Dissent among the five commissioners has raised the possibility that a vote on the proposal, currently targeted for late July, could be delayed.
Buffett is ready to double down on his wind and solar energy bet
Breakfast with Benjamin: Buffett doubles down on green. Plus: ECB stimulus gains traction, Apple shares at less than $100, Alibaba IPO risks, when prostitutes become currency traders, and how to buy Scotch for your dad.
SEC chair says money market reforms coming soon
New rules imposing safeguards on money market funds will be out “in the very near term,” SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White said Thursday at an Investment Company Institute conference in Washington. “Staff are intensely focused” on producing “robust, workable rules … in the most cost-effective way,” Ms.
2014's oddly logical bond market rally
Breakfast with Benjamin: The bond market's oddly logical rally. Plus: Retail and professional investors get cautious, gold tops $1,300 an ounce, the income opportunities in deep-water drilling, and clarifying Thomas Piketty's attack on capitalism
Investors cool to bank loan funds and performance could be a casualty
Search for yield, along with a more predictable Federal Reserve has investors dumping adjustable-rate bank loan funds.
Markets brave a presidential-cycle speed bump
Breakfast with Benjamin: It's a bad time for stocks, based on the presidential cycle. Plus: The Nasdaq tests correction territory; most money managers think U.S. stocks are pricey (but there is a market they love); a tech ETF for nervous investors; what advisers wish investors knew; and having ...
Bank ETFs ride the choppy waves of Yellen-speak
Breakfast with Benjamin: Bank ETFs ride the choppy waves of Yellen-speak. Plus: Still waiting for Treasury yields to spike, new love for intermediate-term bond funds, hot stocks ahead of earnings reports, and even gold bugs are starting to worry about the precious metal's decline
Goldman calls stock market lofty by most measures
Today's Breakfast with Benjamin includes: Goldman's stock market call, a closer look at Fed policy, lawyers pick apart Volcker rule, retailers and cyber security, combining IRAs, and how not to ignore your client's wife.
Troubled SAC Capital hedge fund becomes a family office
Breakfast with Benjamin is back. Today: SAC Capital is now a family office; gold and silver start to shine; navigating bonds with ETFs; another debt-ceiling fight; cheaper gas in 2014; and the biggest product flops of 2013.
Adviser gets sacked after ripping off her NFL linebacker client
What Jeff's reading today: Jail time for adviser who ripped off her NFL linebacker client, plus: the taper question, 98% chance of a market crash next year, the yen-dollar trade, New Yorkers dodge taxes, and (surprise!) Congress wastes your money.
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