INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

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U.S. Long-Term Inflation Expectations Retreat From 12-Year High

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More than half of consumers felt that the government is doing a poor job with economic policy, the highest share in ten months.

Wall Street Braces For Big Changes Over The Next Five Years

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AI is going to descend upon the financial services sector "and never leave," according to one analyst.

Ex-Broker Must Pay $15 Million Over SEC Market Manipulation Suit

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The SEC claims that he executed more than 18,000 trades to buy stocks at artificially low prices and then sell at artificially high prices.

Citi Strategists Lift U.S. Stocks On AI Appeal, Resilient Growth

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The recovery in equities has been led by tech giants as investors shifted toward companies with strong earnings potential.

Emerging U.S. Debt Deal Would Raise Limit, Cap Spending For Two Years

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The proposed deal would cut $10 billion from an $80 billion budget increase for the Internal Revenue Service.

AI Will Supercharge Productivity. Will Workers Benefit?

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Unless changes are made, AI may also result in deeper financial and social inequality.

U.S. Inflation Picks Up, Keeping Fed Tilted Toward Another Hike

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Real yields also continue to rise, likely signaling the need for even more restrictive monetary policy.

Cathie Wood's ARKK Dumped Nvidia Stock Before $560 Billion Surge

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Investors in the flagship ARK Innovation ETF have mostly been left out of this year's blistering 161.58% rally.

Carl Icahn Is Fighting A Stock Drop, Wealth Slide And Bill Ackman's Jeers

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Another 25% drop in Icahn Enterprises shares is raising questions.

Nvidia Founder's Wealth Surges To Record $34 Billion On AI Boom

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Gains in share price have put Nvidia within reach of a $1 trillion market value.

Two Key Gauges Of U.S. Economic Activity Diverged In First Quarter

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American consumers continued to spend on the back of a strong labor market in the early months of the year.

U.S. Credit Rating At Risk Of Fitch Cut On Debt-Limit Impasse

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Fitch may downgrade its assessment to reflect the increased partisanship that is hindering a resolution.

BlackRock Sees World's Mega-Rich Seizing On Market's Wild Swings

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Almost three-quarters of surveyed family offices say they plan to increase allocations to investment-grade public debt.

Wall Street Is Rethinking Its Gloomy Outlook For Stock Market

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Despite a choppy May, U.S. equities have remained resilient to a series of headwinds this year.

Bitcoin Unveiled: The Truth Behind The Misconceptions

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Are misconceptions twisting the perception of Bitcoin and causing many to miss out on a massive opportunity?

U.S. Workers Are Under Mounting Financial Stress, Survey Says

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Eighty percent of workers are in some way struggling financially, according to Financial Finesse.

California Advances Bill Banning Hedge Fund Water Profiteering

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Institutional investors have used diminishing groundwater supplies to grow almonds and pistachios at a significant profit.

BlackRock Bond Chief Rick Rieder's First ETF Is All About Income

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The fund invests in 'harder to reach' bonds such as high-yield and emerging market debt.

Cut Stocks, Buy Gold, Hold Your Cash, JPMorgan's Kolanovic Says

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Strategist Marko Kolanovic said equities appear disconnected from bond markets and softening economic data.

Worries Over Big Tech Driving Stock Rally Are Overblown, BofA's Subramanian Says

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Strategist Savita Subramanian says there's a case to be made for a rally in cyclical stocks that have underperformed.

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