*BoE looks at how to end crisis-era money market measures. LONDON, Aug 20- Bank of England policymakers have started to discuss how to end crisis-era measures which pegged overnight money market rates to the central bank's official interest rate, the BoE said on Wednesday.» Read More
Kelvin Tay, Regional CIO for Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management, warns that equity markets are set for a choppy ride in the coming months.
The Federal Reserve says the money market fund industry needs more regulations to keep it from a collapse and a repeat of another run on assets. Money market management firms like Fidelity, are fighting back saying enough is being done to keep investors safe.
Did the bulls go overboard in January, or is this the "pause that refreshes?" Russ Koesterich, BlackRock chief investment strategist, weighs in.
CNBC's Bob Pisani talks with Ken Polcari, O'Neil Securities, about what's moving the major indexes today. And, take a look at where investors are placing their money amid market uncertainty.
Howard Marks, Chairman and Founder, Oaktree says money markets are not free, thus obscuring economic cycles. He says that governments have made it clear that they want to keep liquidity cheap.
Two major banks and the country's largest asset manager took steps to make their money market mutual funds more transparent to investors.
There’s yet another wrinkle in the new age of retirement and job insecurity — keeping track of all those company retirement savings plans you’ve racked up, along with that IRA you opened years ago, and creating a coherent investment strategy with them.
Although changes to money market funds since 2010 have made them more transparent and stable, SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro told CNBC that there are structural weaknesses still to be addressed.
Sharing their long-term perspectives on investing in the U.S. markets, with Thomas Lee, JPMorgan and Roger Crandall, MassMutual Financial Group.
Not guarding against inflation could mean a loss of principal — and one expert says low-duration bond funds are one way to avoid that.
Will regulatory reform destroy the $2.7 trillion dollar mutual fund industry? CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the fallout. Also, discussing whether money market funds are at risk, with Paul Stevens, Investment Company Institute president/CEO, and David Min, Center for American Progress.
China should accelerate the loosening of capital controls, its central bank said, in a report outlining the path to a freely tradable currency and more open capital markets. The Financial Times reports.
Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price Chairman & CIO, shares his views on regulations, and investing now.
Despair will turn to hope in 2012 following stock losses in the first quarter, according to analysts at Goldman Sachs portfolio strategy research team.
Wednesday’s 400-plus point jump in the Dow following news the world's major central banks are taking further coordinated action to reduce the interest rate on dollar swaps shows the market is hungry for action to resolve the euro zone debt crisis, according to analysts at Barclays Capital.
It's been quite a week. I thought it might be helpful to take a step back from the drama and contrast 2008 versus 2011 from an economic standpoint.
Insight on how strong the U.S. banking system is, with William Isaac, former FDIC chairman.
Money markets had their biggest outflows since the collapse of Lehman Brothers as panicked investors worried about a U.S. debt downgrade and sliding stock market.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports some money market funds are reducing their exposure to French banks, and how to protect your portfolio from the European contagion, with Jeff Duncan, Duncan Financial Management.
"It's a very difficult environment for traditional investors right now because if you're looking for the safety of bonds, you're destroying your wealth, and if you're looking for the cyclical growth from equities, you're going to be disappointed," Patrick Armstrong, managing partner at Distinction Asset Management told CNBC. "But there are some very specific subsets within equities that do look attractive," he added.