Wall Street bonuses are on the decline despite sky-high profits

Wall Street slashed bonuses by a whopping 17 percent last year, even as profits across the securities industry reached an all-time high, according to a new report. The average securities industry employee saw their bonus decline to $153,700, down more than $30,000 from last year’s average, according to the New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s annual report. The cuts […]

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Democrats call on AG William Barr to release full Mueller report

Democrats call on AG William Barr to release full Mueller report Fox News contributor Deneen Borelli and Democratic strategist Kristen Hawn discuss how Democrats are calling on Attorney General William Barr to release all of the findings from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe report. President Trump is reveling in the outcome of the Mueller investigation since the report was […]

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Goldman Sachs Is Bullish on This Industrial Stock. Should You?

Goldman Sachs recently upgraded heating, ventilation, and air conditioning- (HVAC) focused company Ingersoll-Rand (NYSE: IR) to a so-called conviction buy and raised its price target to $122, implying a 15% upside to the current price of $106. Was it a good call? And does the company really have significant upside potential in 2019? Let's take a closer look at the […]

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Turkey ETF Plunges on Weakening Confidence in Lira Currency

This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. Turkey country-specific exchange traded fund was among the worst hit on Friday’s sell-off as the broader risk-off mood coupled with the plunge in the Turkish lira currency dragged on this emerging market. The iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (NasdaqGM: TUR) was among the worst performing non-leveraged ETFs of Friday, plunging 10.5% and breaking below […]

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US stocks lower on global growth worries

US stocks climb after Fed leaves rates unchanged Kingsview Asset Management CIO Scott Martin and Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz discuss how U.S. stocks are reacting to the Federal Reserve’s policy decision and where investors are finding value in today’s market. Stocks traded lower on Friday following weak economic data from Europe. Continue Reading Below Preliminary surveys showed that manufacturing in […]

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5 tips on what to do with unwanted stuff

FILE- In this July 11, 2018, file photo, Japanese organizational expert Marie Kondo introduces her new line of storage boxes during a media event in New York. Kondo is sparking joy among shoppers feeling the urge to clean out their homes. But once you master the Japanese organizing expert’s novel approach to de-cluttering, what do you do with all the […]

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Oil prices dip on economic worries despite tight supply

Brent crude oil on track for strongest first-quarter since 2011 OPIS chief oil analyst Tom Kloza says world demand for oil will be at a slower rate. Oil prices fell on Wednesday, dragged down by concerns about global economic growth as the U.S.-China trade dispute rumbled on, but receiving some support from tightened supply. Continue Reading Below International Brent crude oil futures were […]

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Gutfeld on millennials’ stresses

A new study of 2,000 millennials finds that a third believe their lives are more stressful than the average person’s. And 60 percent feel life is more stressful than ever before. OK, kids. To hold those opinions, you cannot have been alive or cognizant during world wars, terror attacks, crime waves, killer diseases, when Jimmy Carter was president, the Cuban […]

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Banks open consultation on ‘vulnerable customer’ guideline

People fleeing violent relationships, unexpectedly diagnosed with a long-term illness or at risk of elder financial abuse will be the focus of a new banking guideline to help vulnerable customers. The Australian Banking Association (ABA) will on Wednesday open public consultation on the guideline – the latest move by banks to rebuild community trust in the wake of the royal […]

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