Tagged: Markets coverage

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SEC lifts marketing ban on hedge funds

The Securities and Exchange Commission is lifting an eight-decade ban on marketing certain types of securities to investors. But does that mean your inbox will suddenly be full of unsolicited investment proposals? And what...

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NYSE to run Libor: What does it mean?

London is losing Libor, the London Interbank offered rate benchmark, to the NYSE Euronext, in a sale meant to bring more accountability to the scandal-plagued rate. The terms of the deal weren’t disclosed, but...

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The success of Wall St. Cheat Sheet

Hamish McKenzie of PandoDaily.com writes about Wall St. Cheat Sheet,  a four-year-old financial news site that is making millions. McKenzie writes, “The site design is cluttered and retrograde. It remains one of the hold-out...

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Bill Gross had a tough June

Famed bond fund manger Bill Gross watched as nearly $10 billion in cash disappeared from his PIMCO funds in June. Investors are leery of interest rate increases creating some big losses for the funds....

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Investor wrap-ups

The second-quarter wrap stories are trickling in, and the news for investors wasn’t pretty. After the Federal Reserve indicated it might pull back on low interest rates, the decline in some parts of the market...