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Shirtless Man in The Rain
A Chicago man has been blowing up on Facebook after a video shows him shirtless in the rain during an interview.
Markets Right Now: European Stocks up Ahead of Central Banks
European stock markets have eked out some modest gains as traders await the latest policy statements from the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan
US Stocks Dip With Oil Prices, but Finish the Week Higher
U.S. stocks fell slightly as a dip in oil prices dragged energy companies lower, but utilities and metals and mining companies finished higher
Why the World Will Continue to Fuel US Markets
Walter Wriston, legendary Citigroup chairman and CEO in the mid-20th century, famously said: “Capital will flow where it is wanted and stay where it is well treated.” Global capital historically has been treated quite well in the U.S. And in recent years, because of global economic and market
Verizon Dials Up Deal for AOL
The all-cash deal offers an 18% premium over the closing price of AOL shares yesterday.
Japan, Not China, Is Now the Top Holder of US Treasury Debt
China's holdings of $1.22 trillion in U.S. Treasuries make it the No. 2 holder of U.S. debt, second to Japan.
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5 Signs That the Stock Market May Melt Up
The historic market decline of 2008–09 has since been ruefully referred to as the “market meltdown.” The decline scared money out of stocks and into cash for one, two and even three years after the market started ascending in 2009. Fears of a repeat prompted many to sell low, only to buy
Variable Annuities Punish Returns, Taxes and Heirs
In these days of low bond yields, many people are looking for easy, set-it-and-forget-it investments to generate income. Stepping aggressively into this itchy market are insurance companies and their salesmen, extolling the supposed benefits of the variable annuities (VAs) they offer. This type of