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Dynasty hires Scott D. Welch to be chief investment officer
Service provide plans to expand investment opportunities for its network of advisory firms
Schwab announces money market fund updates in light of SEC's reform
Firm joins slate of other managers adjusting retail and institutional money market funds to meet the new regulations borne out of financial crisis.
Lessons to learn from the last Nasdaq bubble
Breakfast with Benjamin: The Nasdaq is back to 2000 levels, but everything else is different.
Liquidity restrictions haunt money-market funds
As investors hunt for yield and security, money-market fund managers detail their changes.
BlackRock shrinks money market lineup, affecting $200B in assets
Breakfast with Benjamin: The firm is closing or consolidating 20 money market funds with $200 billion in assets.
Federated, BlackRock considering private funds to replace old money-market funds
Regulatory changes to $2.7 trillion industry leading managers to create alternatives for clients.
Is OPEC about to flinch and cut oil production?
Breakfast with Benjamin: OPEC might be rethinking their strategy of flooding the market with oil to crush the fracking industry.
Money market reforms force advisers to rethink risk
SEC Chairwoman Mary Jo White said reforms would “fundamentally change” funds. She was right.
Wealthy investors loving U.S. stocks
Investors continue to see domestic stocks as the best thing going: Legg Mason survey.
Norm Champ to depart SEC
Head of the agency's Division of Investment Management will leave before the end of the month
iShares says not so fast on passive investing winning the day
iShares manager says money from active managers was primary driver of record 2014.
Keeping emotion out of investing
The level of noise surrounding the financial markets can interfere with sound decision-making.
Americans feeling squeezed in saving for retirement
BlackRock poll show most find it hard to pay bills and put money aside for retirement; Social Security considered key source of income.
Investors push rate-hike forecast out to late 2015
Recent global economic and political turmoil leads to doubt about forecasts from Federal Reserve officials — and most Wall Street economists — that the Fed will begin to lift its benchmark interest rates in mid-2015.
Markets in a 'bad mood' as S&P 500 gives back year's gains
Weak economic numbers and an Ebola panic spurred a pullback, causing the S&P 500 to give back the year's gains.