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  • Massachusetts pushes for managed accounts with hedge funds

    By Svea Herbst-Bayliss BOSTON (Reuters) - Massachusetts' pension fund is pushing to move some of the $5.6 billion it invests with hedge funds into separately managed accounts and may even invest, at a lower cost, in strategies designed to mimic hedge...
  • Foley, McKinney In Polite First Face-Off On The Issues

     Foley, McKinney In Polite First Face-Off On The Issues
    ROCKY HILL — Republican gubernatorial candidates Tom Foley and John McKinney squared off here Thursday night in their first face-to-face debate of the primary season — sharply criticizing Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and avoiding any direct...
  • Global investors pull $600 million from stock funds: BofA

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fund investors worldwide pulled $600 million out of stock funds in the week ended June 25 on concerns surrounding European growth, data from a Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research report showed on Friday. The outflows...
  • U.S.-based stock funds attract $1.5 billion over week ended: Lipper

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors in U.S.-based funds committed $1.5 billion to stock funds in the week ended June 25 after adding $5.3 billion to the funds the prior week, data from Thomson Reuters' Lipper service showed on Thursday. Stock mutual funds...
  • More investors plan to overweight commodities: Credit Suisse

    (Reuters) - More investors plan to ramp up on commodities over the next 12 months after years of pessimism toward the sector, betting that the Iraq conflict will push oil prices higher while other commodities prices advance in volatile trade, a Credit...
  • Good news, bad news in foreclosure activity

    In the For Crying Out Loud Department, we have yet another reason the housing market is straining to reach normalcy: there aren't enough foreclosures. Not that Rick Sharga wishes mortgage default on anyone — and he acknowledges that the nation...
  • European stocks seen extending rally, led by Italy: Reuters poll

    PARIS (Reuters) - European stocks will extend their rally into the second half of the year, fuelled mostly by the European Central Bank's (ECB) recent stimulus measures, a Reuters poll showed. Italy's benchmark index FTSE MIB is expected to be the...
  • Bipartisan report tallies climate change impact on economy, urges businesses to act

    Bipartisan report tallies climate change impact on economy, urges businesses to act
      Billions of dollars of property damage along the Eastern Seaboard. Sharply reduced yields of corn, wheat and soy at Midwestern farms. Rising sea levels threatening military installations in Southern California. These and other risks from climate...
  • Can't decide where to invest? You're not alone

    Can't decide where to invest? You're not alone
    If you are agonizing over where to invest your money, you aren't alone. The pros are there with you — nervous about stocks and bonds as clear opportunities become fuzzy in both. As the best and brightest fund managers talked at Morningstar's...
  • Vanguard's Bogle expects shrinking Wall Street

    By Ross Kerber and David Randall New York Reuters) - Vanguard Group Inc founder Jack Bogle said that Wall Street is destined to grow smaller under cost pressures as investors seek lower product fees. "Our system is crying out to shrink," Bogle told...
  • Changes emerge in world of employee 401(k) plans

    In the long march from employer-paid pensions to a 401(k) world, a few holdovers remain. Older workers still typically subsidize younger workers in paying for plan costs. Participants in workplace plans typically must wait for the end of the trading...
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