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Depuis : 10/07/2015
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BNP Said to Reduce Commodity-Trade Finance to Trafigura

BNP Paribas SA (BNP), the French bank that paid a record fine two months ago for breaking U.S. sanctions, is cutting commodity-trade finance to Trafigura Beheer BV, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. Executives at Trafigura, the world's second-largest metals trader, contacted Read more...

The August Employment Jinx Continues

Independent. Insightful. Trusted. Morningstar provides stock market analysis; equity, mutual fund, and ETF research, ratings, and picks; portfolio tools; and option, hedge fund, IRA, 401k, and 529 plan research. Our reliable data and analysis can help both experienced enthusiasts and newcomers. Read more...

Legal or not, the pot business is still wacky

In this Aug. 25, 2014 photo, marijuana store Denver Relief co-owner Kayvan Khalatbari, right, talks with his employee Jeff Botkin his medical and recreational marijuana shop in Denver. Khalatbari also runs Denver Relief Consulting, which assists current and would-be marijuana-related businesses Read more...

This stock market is long in the tooth

By almost any measure the US stock market has been remarkably resilient this summer, rising relentlessly while a looming cold war is grabbing headlines. Commercial jets are shot from the skies, American journalists are tortured and beheaded, and a pandemic is hitting Africa. Since Memorial Day, Read more...

What Interns Need to Know About Health Insurance

This article was written by Kaleigh Steinorth of PolicyGenius. A few weeks ago I was quickly preparing to make the big move up to New York City from my hometown in suburban Florida. While I was finding housing, packing up all my belongings and preparing for my internship, I can't say health Read more...

Many families have missed out on stock market run, report shows

There's more evidence that individual investors have missed out on the record-setting run in the stock market. A University of Michigan analysis found that the share of U.S. families who own stocks dropped from about 30 percent in 2000 to under 18 percent in 2011. Additional preliminary work by Read more...

Fla. home insurance eases since 2004 hurricanes

Tim McCoy salvages a tennant's belongings at a Cocoa Beach condo after Hurricane Frances in September 2004.(Photo: Craig Rubadoux, Florida Today) MELBOURNE, Fla. - Ten years have passed since four hurricanes pummeled Florida. Also pummeled was the state's insurance industry. Thousands of Read more...

Nine finance hubs of the future ... they're not where you think

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Why Do So Many People Have The Wrong Kind Of Health Insurance?

Of the 8 million people who obtained health insurance through the new (Obamacare) exchanges, how many still have their insurance? Apparently, the Obama administration doesn't want you to know the answer to that question. It hasn't released any official numbers since May. And it's becoming Read more...