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The Fed is now fretting about wage growth and surprise inflation
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
Fixed-income ETFs continue to build off 2014's fast start
Bond markets continued to build off Q1 2014's fast start, and bond fund groups of all stripes did well; from Treasuries to emerging markets and from corporates to munis—seemingly everyone had a fantastic quarter. All of this came as the U.S. economy faced mixed results in the quarter's data: Q1 GDP
Junk-bond investors are jumping ship
Breakfast with Benjamin: What's up with junk bond investors? Plus: Four sorry years of Dodd-Frank, ignore the Fed's warnings at your own risk, mathematical excuses for sluggish wage growth, and it's not too late for a mid-year portfolio checkup.
CEO cussing is now a gosh darn market indicator
On today's Breakfast with Benjamin menu, learn about an odd new market indicator, the implications of ongoing investor optimism and much more.
Markets climb in stride with pessimism
Plus: Janet Yellen's dovish optimism, Ernst & Young's $4 million lobbying settlement, how Citigroup agreed on that $7 billion figure, and QE has had almost no impact on unemployment
Carl Icahn advises caution in the equity markets
Breakfast with Benjamin: Carl Icahn warns that stocks are on risky ground. Plus: Interest rates and volatility are raising red flags, one man's take on the Fed-fueled bubble, the SEC is watching for political-donation conflicts, gold gets no respect, and institutional money is chasing solar energy
The grim reality of inflation without wage growth
On Friday's menu: Inflation without wage growth: Cause for concern? Plus: The Fed has painted itself into a corner, consumer stocks are likely to take a hit, bracing for Treasury yield volatility, silver outshines gold in June, and how to live to be 100.
The Fed views inflation through rose-colored glasses
On Wednesday's Breakfast with Benjamin menu: The Fed dons rose-colored glasses. Plus: Junk bond yields get scary low, commodity hedge funds fall out of favor, what you need to know about stock buyback ETFs, and the inequality mob is driving the rich to hoard cash
New inflation data could drive the Fed into hawkish mode
On the Breakfast with Benjamin menu: Inflation data could turn doves into hawks. Plus: Oil could get a lot pricier in a hurry, insider trading runs rampant and SIFMA cuts its economic outlook.
World stock markets get nervous as Iraq melts down
Plus: Deutsche Bank shows its hand with World Cup bets, Wall Street fines are a cash cow for the Treasury Dept., navigating Social Security before you retire, and eating at home gets pricey in a hurry.
The Fed takes a long-term view of its record $4.3 trillion balance sheet
On today's Breakfast with Benjamin menu: Janet Yellen's Fed will sit on its record $4.3T balance sheet as the QE experiment continues. Plus: A top economist wants the Fed to raise rates now, stock buybacks push markets to the sky, beating short-sellers at their own game, and how not to get burned
Bob Doll: Bond yields are due for a comeback
Low levels of market volatility, a pickup in M&A activity, a difficult revenue environment for banks and improving housing data all gather headlines, yet the bond market garners the most focus.
Bond rally sparks little joy as bears see 'painful' capitulation
Investors have been betting on bond prices to fall and rates to rise but the opposite is happening. Here's why.
Why REITs are looking like the year's hottest market sector
Today's Breakfast with Benjamin looks at what's propelling REITs into their position as the year's hottest market sector, plus emerging market stocks' record month, Japan's inflation woes, and much more.
Gross charts own path with bonds that rivals shun
Bond king bets on five-year Treasuries that other money managers say will suffer when Fed raises rates.
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