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From "Johnny Wall Street" to "Doing God's Work Man" there are a lot of characters on Wall Street. Turney Duff offers up a cool dozen.
Dire predictions and hand-wringing abound when student loan debt comes up, but this study says the victims may not be the ones you expect.
The challenge is that it isn't clear what the long-term normal level of interest rates is going to be, Larry Summers said.
Few expect the ECB to act on Thursday – but that hasn’t stopped a number of analysts saying that more stimulus is needed.
Prosecutors said the company agreed to forfeit $8.9 billion for engaging in "long-term, multi-jurisdictional conspiracy" to violate sanctions laws.
Mutual funds that hold municipal bonds in Puerto Rico are suing the commonwealth over its newly passed law dealing with bankruptcy.
Argentina hasn't been serious about its professed willingness to negotiate over its debt, according to Elliott Management.
Texas, California and Pennsylvania received the most investment from private equity firms last year, according to a new report.
Even as BlackRock is set to amass $1 trillion in exchange-traded fund assets, investors increasingly send money to low-cost leader Vanguard.
Carter Worth of Sterne Agee argues that this underperforming sector won't mount a turnaround anytime soon.
The U.S. can consign its weather-beaten start to history this week with June vehicle sales and jobs data expected to show a strong second quarter.
Why is a U.S. court telling another country what to do about its debt? Here are some questions and answers.
Investor support for large acquisitions and a desire to trump rivals in consolidating markets have led CEOs to strike big transactions in 2014.
Financial services in the U.K. are the country's biggest exportable service and are now likely to help plug the current account deficit.
Euro zone inflation held steady in June, meeting expectations, but remained well below the European Central Bank's target.
Low market volatility sees some concerned that complacency may herald a selloff, but some believe fundamentals are driving the decline in risk.
The European Commission has approved a Bulgarian request to extend a credit line of $2.30 billion in support of banks.
For Japan, a tax cut at the center of PM Shinzo Abe's latest growth strategy will end up giving with one hand - and taking back with the other.
Sharp market swings could hurt those selling volatility insurance. The Financial Times reports.
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Investors agonizing over how big a threat China poses to the global economy may be looking in the wrong place.
There have been so many factors influencing the market's twists and turns now that it's easy to lose count.
If it's true that the market hates uncertainty, than the Federal Reserve is on its way to becoming public enemy No. 1.