The drama of a presidential election can lead to investment mistakes.
Investors concerned about rising interest rates were reassured by Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s speech yesterday.
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The markets are adopting a "wait and see" attitude this morning as U.S. Senate aides claim that a deal is near to resolve the debt crisis. Fitch Ratings has warned that it may cut the U.S. sovereign credit rating from AAA, citing the political brinkmanship over raising the debt ceiling. What should investors do if they have concerns
An unusual stipulation in the European Union's bailout of the tiny country of Cyprus has triggered a run on the banks there. Our first article this week focuses on why the country is considering a "tax" on bank accounts and what the likely outcome will be for investors. We next turn to a possible revival of
While the re-election of President Obama resolves one aspect of the uncertainty facing the markets, it does not reduce all of it. Our first article this week discusses the issues that remain, including the “fiscal cliff”, the replacement for Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, the problems in the Middle East and the debt problems in Europe. We