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Janet Yellen wants to see greater increases in wages, to put money back into the pockets of Americans and fuel consumer spending.
As the fracking frenzy across the US has produced a huge surplus of oil, the government has given permission for two companies to sell ultra-light oil to foreign buyers; ending a 40 year ban.
Throughout the recent unrest in Iraq, the markets have been largely relaxed on the potential effects, but European stocks this morning have seen a drop as investors become more anxious about violence escalating and seek safer assets.
New derivative contracts hedging longevity risk all the rage.
As the boom in socially invested funds continues a new player sorts out the politics of mission-driven capital.
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Some investors are beginning to speculate whether investors may be facing a coming spike in the price of the key fuel.
Chinese state media quotes a vice-head of the central bank on the issue of booming, radical expansion in financial products.
A Russell Investment analysis provides some intriguing historical perspective on current low bond yields.
Unsurprisingly, report finds Canadians concerned about running out of money in old age.