By Sho Chandra and Scott Lanman (bloomberg.com) – Millions of Americans have gone back to work since the last recession. Now they’re finally getting some decent pay raises.
By Greg Iacurci (InvestmentNews.com) – The plans in public school districts — often a “laissez-faire” type of arrangement exposing teachers to high-fee products — won’t be helped by the new regulation.
By Rick Green (Bloomberg.com) – Moody’s Corp. said federal officials are planning a civil lawsuit over its ratings of residential mortgage bonds in the years leading up to the 2008 financial crisis.
By Patrick Clark (Bloomberg.com) – Is it better to buy or rent your home? This is a somewhat silly personal finance trope that assumes a reader is a) living under a bridge and b) has a suitcase full of enough cash to afford a down payment. The reality is that most homeowners start out as […]
By Alex Longley & Javier Blas, Bloomberg.com – Independent oil companies are using the post-OPEC rally to hedge their price risk for next year, banks and consultants said, a trend that’s likely to be viewed with concern from Saudi Arabia to Venezuela.