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Ultra-long-dated assets fell out of favor during the financial crisis, but now the "century bond" may be making a comeback.
Stocks closed out April with a bang and many watchers believe this is not the year to sell in May.
Community bank earnings have rebounded since the financial crisis, and that's a good sign for the economy, the Fed chair says.
There's an old saying in the stock market: sell in May and go away. Now that the first of May is here should we sell?
Headlines after the bell Wednesday: Allergan, MetLife, Yelp
The clients had asked the firms to use the trading platform featured in Michael Lewis' "Flash Boys" but were rejected for different reasons.
A report released Wednesday said one-third of people who signed up for health insurance through new federal exchanges hadn't paid their first month's premium.
Jeff Ubben of ValueAct believes that some of his fellow corporate agitators are doing undue harm to companies.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
The Fed's decision had been widely expected, even with the weak economic growth data from earlier Wednesday.
Apple impressed markets again this Tuesday with the launch of a $12 billion bond deal. But one fixed-income strategist was critical about the issue.
“You can’t just close your eyes and use a nursery rhyme to invest."
Another credit bubble is being inflated, according to a senior private equity executive.
The GDP report that economic growth virtually stalled in the first quarter could set the Fed up to sound more dovish later Wednesday.
A prolonged low interest rate environment will push investors into choices they wouldn't normally make, Bill Gross said in his latest letter to investors.
Jack Bogle says all it takes is three numbers to know how far and how fast ethics in the financial services industry have fallen.
What does Twitter have to do with pending IPOs? Because Twitter went public in November amid a tidal wave of buzz.
Mary Jo White even said Michael Lewis was wrong—the markets AREN’T rigged. Still, this HFT trader has a big thank you for the “Flash Boys” author.
The former Citigroup chairman and CEO also tells CNBC that banking regulators should not be adversaries of the companies they oversee.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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