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  • NEW YORK, Aug 26- Longer-dated U.S. Treasuries prices stumbled on Wednesday after a top Federal Reserve official scaled back his view of a rate increase in September in the wake of market turbulence stemming from worries about China's economy. The movement of the yield curve is consistent with Dudley's comments, "said Gene Tannuzzo, portfolio manager at...

  • NEW YORK, Aug 26- Most U.S. Treasuries prices rose on Wednesday after a top Federal Reserve official scaled back his view of a rate increase in September in the wake of market turbulence stemming from worries about China's economy. The Fed is no hurry to raise rates even though it wants to get off to zero-bound rates, "said Brian Brennan, portfolio manager at T. Rowe...

  • NEW YORK, Aug 24- Confidence among affluent investors was already slipping before the stock market rout in China sent U.S. markets plunging last week and on Monday, according to a monthly index calculated by Spectrem Group, a Chicago- based research company. Based on past trends, even if markets come roaring back, investor confidence is likely to lag for months, said...

  • UPDATE 1-Data storage company Pure Storage files for IPO Wednesday, 12 Aug 2015 | 12:26 PM ET

    Aug 12- Pure Storage Inc filed with U.S. regulators on Wednesday for an initial public offering of common stock, a year after a private placement valued the data storage company at more than $3 billion. The company has raised over $470 million from venture capital investors including Sutter Hill, Greylock, Redpoint, Index Ventures, T. Rowe Price, Fidelity and...

  • KIEV/ LONDON Aug 12- Ukraine and a group of its largest creditors will meet on Wednesday for make-or-break talks that look highly unlikely to deliver an amicable deal to restructure $19 billion of debt. Without a last-minute compromise, that appears to be the likeliest outcome of the meeting in San Francisco, putting Ukraine on course for a "hard" default.

  • Aug 7- Maritime stocks have broadly fallen this year as weak demand for some commodities and goods in Asia and oversupply of ships have hurt much of the industry, with one notable exception: Oil tankers have been doing a booming business and their shares are up as much as 50 percent year to date. The Guggenheim ETF includes companies ranging from oil tanker Nordic...

  • KIEV, Aug 7- Ukraine's debt restructuring negotiations may head into their final phase next week after Kiev said it would meet its biggest group of creditors on Wednesday, again warning that the talks would be the last chance for a deal. "Given the legal and timing constraints of reaching and implementing any settlement... failure to reach an agreement at the...

  • Instead, U.S. mutual fund managers are turning to small-scale shipping companies such as Stamps.com Inc and Pitney Bowes Inc as a backdoor way into the growing $334 billion e-commerce market. Funds from firms including T. Rowe Price, Lord Abbett and Royce Capital were among the 28 that added Stamps.com to their portfolio in their most recent quarter, a 250...

  • YOUR MONEY-Five money tips for pessimistic millennials Thursday, 6 Aug 2015 | 10:00 AM ET

    NEW YORK, Aug 6- Pilar Belendez-DeSha was trying to figure out her next move. When the financial crisis hit in 2008, she was getting her geography degree at the University of Kentucky, but she did not have a plan. "All the jobs I was looking at paid really poorly, and I wasn't hearing about anyone getting hired except for internships that paid less than $25,000 a year,"...

  • July 31- Many wealthy people struggle to talk to their children about how much money they have. A 2015 T. Rowe Price study of 1,000 parents found that 72 percent had at least some reluctance to talk to their kids about money. When kids are as young as 6, parents and advisers can start by helping them identify bills and coins and understand the purpose of money, said...

  • With the energy sector's second-quarter earnings seen doing better than the prevailing consensus forecast for a decline of almost 59 percent from the year-ago quarter, according to a Thomson Reuters analysis, shares could get a benefit. But the S&P energy subsector of exploration and production companies is at its most expensive on a price-earnings basis...

  • NEW YORK, July 21- Another Millennial myth may be biting the dust. Millennials save 8 percent of their paycheck for retirement, according to a recent survey from T. Rowe Price. The only reason Millennials aren't saving even more is that they have college debt to pay off and do not earn much money yet, according to Anne Coveney, senior manager of retirement thought...

  • COLUMN-Are Millennials saving enough for retirement? Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 | 9:29 AM ET

    NEW YORK, July 21- Another Millennial myth may be biting the dust. Millennials save 8 percent of their paycheck for retirement, according to a recent survey from T. Rowe Price. The only reason Millennials aren't saving even more is that they have college debt to pay off and do not earn much money yet, according to Anne Coveney, senior manager of retirement thought...

  • NEW YORK, July 20- Fund companies and brokerage firms should be able to weather a proposal by Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that would increase capital gains taxes for some investors, but some fund holders could see higher costs, managers and analysts said. Brokerage firms that rely on customer trading as a revenue source might see a "...

  • NEW YORK, July 20- A couple of years ago, Emilie Hunt had to go to the emergency room with a stomach virus. The bill took a huge chunk of money out of her savings, more than $800, and kept her from saving for a couple of months. Hunt, an executive assistant at a private equity firm in New York City puts $150, about 2 percent of her salary, automatically into a retirement plan...

  • Who owns a stock? Complex answer saves Dell millions Monday, 13 Jul 2015 | 2:17 PM ET

    July 13- The computer maker Dell Inc won a legal fight that may have saved its owners tens of millions of dollars with a complex answer to a seemingly simple question of who is the record holder of a stock. A ruling on Monday by a Delaware Court of Chancery judge removes several large investors from a consolidated lawsuit stemming from the $24.9 billion buyout of...

  • BOSTON, July 12- U.S. companies often pay their CEOs far too much compared with their lowest-paid workers as boards of directors compete to compensate their top executives more than peers. "It would be healthier for our society if CEOs were paid less," said Michael Kagan, who oversees about $9 billion in assets as a senior portfolio manager at ClearBridge...

  • In response, Beijing has cut interest rates and stopped the trading of thousands of stocks, preventing some shareholders from selling their positions in hopes of ending the downturn. The measures have instead helped spread the rout to the Hong Kong- based Hang Seng index, whose listings of so-called H share companies are largely owned by foreign investors and...

  • INSIGHT-U.S investors not bailing on China stocks yet Thursday, 9 Jul 2015 | 4:50 AM ET

    NEW YORK, July 9- Some U.S. investors say China's efforts to prop up its stock market had the opposite effect, though the sell-off now offers buying opportunities at what they say are panic-driven prices. Before Thursday's measure, China had cut interest rates, suspended initial public offerings and enlisted brokerages to buy stocks backed by cash from the...

  • In response, Beijing has cut interest rates and stopped the trading of thousands of stocks, preventing some shareholders from selling their positions in hopes of ending the downturn. The measures have instead helped spread the rout to the Hong Kong- based Hang Seng index, whose listings of so-called H share companies are largely owned by foreign investors and...