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20.04.2018

Wells Fargo agrees to pay $1 billion to settle customer abuses

(Reuters) - Wells Fargo & Co has agreed to pay $1 billion to settle with U.S. regulators who said it abused customers in its auto and mortgage businesses, the bank and regulators said on Friday.
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19.04.2018

Firearms companies widely held in ETFs and funds: research firm

BOSTON (Reuters) - An estimated 24 percent of the world's exchange-traded funds and 15 percent of mutual funds have holdings in firearms companies, researcher Sustainalytics said in a report on...
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19.04.2018

Your money: Women who retire early can miss out

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Women have a math problem when it comes to retirement: On average, they retire two years earlier than men but they live five years longer.
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20.04.2018

U.S. 'junk' bond funds take in most weekly cash since 2016: Lipper

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors stormed back into the market for the riskiest corporate debt during the latest week, Lipper data showed on Thursday, pumping the most cash into U.S.-based, high-yield...
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19.04.2018

Jane Rosenthal lives life on the Hollywood high wire

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Movie producers do not turn into household names as often as actors and directors, but Jane Rosenthal leapt to that level, and not just for her feature film projects.
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19.04.2018

BlackRock wants regulators to address unequal voting rights

BOSTON (Reuters) - BlackRock Inc on Thursday called on securities regulators to set international standards for shareholder voting rights, suggesting they resolve one of the thorniest debates in...
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19.04.2018

Wall Street sees a win in proposed SEC investor protections

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The long-running fight to protect retirement savers from conflicted investing advice shifted to a new battleground this week, and the first salvo was not promising.
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19.04.2018

Goldman says jitters about U.S. yield inversion 'overblown'

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs analysts said on Thursday concerns about a U.S. yield curve inversion among traders as an omen of a looming recession are "overblown," though an inversion is often...
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19.04.2018

SEC proposes rule to combat conflicted investment advice

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday proposed a new rule that would require brokers at firms like Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch Wealth Management to...
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19.04.2018

Cboe blasts 'draconian' plan to test banning stock exchange rebates

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A plan by U.S. regulators to test banning the rebates stock exchanges pay to brokers that provide liquidity, in an effort to reduce potential conflicts of interest, will...
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