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SEC adopts rule to protect ordinary investors, but critics say it's too lax

The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved a rule requiring brokers to act in the best interest of clients when recommending investments.

1 year ago

No need to rush Renault-Fiat merger talks: French finance minister

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said there was no need to rush regarding the $35 billion merger talks between carmakers Renault and Fiat Chrysler, while reiterating that he nevertheless wanted the deal to go ahead.



1 year ago

The gender wage gap widens among educated workers

The wage gap is actually worse for women with more education.

1 year ago

China's importers apply for tariff waivers on U.S. goods

Chinese importers are preparing applications for waivers on import tariffs levied on more than 700 U.S. goods in the Sino-U.S trade war, after the Ministry of Finance said it would start taking submissions.



1 year ago

Stretch your retirement savings the furthest in this state

Get the most out of every last dollar in retirement by packing up for Mississippi, where low expenses give seniors enough for an emergency reserve.

1 year ago

Global stocks gain in Fed's cheery slipstream, dollar subdued

Global stocks gained for a third straight day on Wednesday, bolstered by investors' growing hopes that the Federal Reserve might cut interest rates this year to boost a slowing global economy, while the dollar languished near seven-week lows.



1 year ago

Nonprofit Fundraising Funnel and Donor Pyramid

Now that you know a bit about the marketing that goes into putting your nonprofit on the map, it’s time to explore a powerful concept, which I call a “fundraising ...


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1 year ago

Chinese importers to apply for tariff waivers on U.S. goods

Chinese importers are preparing applications for waivers on import tariffs levied on more than 700 U.S. goods in the Sino-U.S trade war, after the finance ministry said it would start taking submissions.



1 year ago

Closing a credit card account can actually hurt your credit score, survey finds

Nearly 6 in 10 Americans don't know that closing a credit card account can actually hurt your credit score, according to a new survey.

1 year ago

Trump says Prince Harry is a terrific guy, denies casting Meghan as 'nasty'

U.S. President Donald Trump said Britain's Prince Harry was a terrific guy and denied casting his American-born wife, Meghan, as a nasty person, claiming media had distorted his words as he actually felt she was very nice.



1 year ago

Here's how to save for retirement — as you pay your student loans

Overcome with student debt? Even saving 1% of what you earn is better than nothing. CFP Brittney Castro discusses the 50-20-30 budgeting rule.

1 year ago

BMW and Jaguar Land Rover to jointly develop electric car parts

BMW and Jaguar Land Rover on Wednesday said they will jointly develop electric motors, transmissions and power electronics, unveiling yet another industry alliance designed to lower the costs of developing electric cars.



1 year ago

Mega Millions jackpot climbs to $530 million. If you win, here's what to do first

Experts recommend that big lottery winners take steps right away to protect their windfall.

1 year ago

Wall Street opens higher for second day on rate cut hopes

U.S. stocks rose at the open on Wednesday after a report showed smallest monthly private jobs growth in May since 2010, raising bets that the central bank would lower interest rates to counter any economic slowdown.



1 year ago

White House adviser says tariffs on Mexican goods may not be needed

White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said on Wednesday a U.S. plan to impose tariffs on Mexican goods may not have to take effect, offering a glimmer of hope for Mexico and American businesses concerned that the levies could badly hit both consumers and companies.



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