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  • International stock funds should be 20-40 percent of portfolio

    Readers frequently ask whether they should invest in international stocks and, if so, what percentage of their portfolios to apportion to these issues. I am a firm believer in diversified portfolios, primarily via index funds, and an important component...
  • Paul Fisher says Bank of England delivered recovery: The Independent

    (Reuters) - Bank of England economist Paul Fisher credited quantitative easing and the bank's Funding for Lending Scheme for the recovery that kicked in last year in an interview on Wednesday with the Independent. Fisher, who has left the Bank of...
  • CIT Group to buy Pasadena lender OneWest Bank

    CIT Group to buy Pasadena lender OneWest Bank
    Pasadena's OneWest Bank, which rose from the ashes of failed high-risk home lender IndyMac Bank, agreed to be bought by commercial lender CIT Group Inc. in a $3.4-billion deal that would create the biggest bank based in Southern California. The...
  • China's rich look abroad as home prices fall, others stay put

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Rattled by falling home prices, some of the wealthiest Chinese are paring their property investments and turning to private equity or overseas holiday homes, a sign of fading hopes that the once red-hot market can bounce back any...
  • Tribune Publishing valued at $635 million by analyst

    With Tribune Publishing set to spin off from Tribune Co. on Aug. 4, analysts have begun weighing in as to what the stand-alone, publicly traded newspaper company may be worth. A report issued Thursday by CRT Capital Group analyst Lance Vitanza pegged...
  • Britain to detail pensions overhaul with tax, annuity reforms

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will on Monday publish new rules for the pensions industry giving retirees greater access to their savings and free financial advice, fleshing out reforms announced earlier this year that shook the share value of British...
  • Tribune Newspapers, To Begin Trading Aug. 4, Worth $635M, Analyst Says

    With Tribune Publishing set to spin off from Tribune Co. on Aug. 4, analysts have begun weighing in on what the stand-alone, publicly traded newspaper company is worth. In a report issued last week by CRT Capital Group, analyst Lance Vitanza estimated...
  • Portugal president warns Espirito Santo woes could hurt economy

    LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's president warned on Monday that fallout from the financial troubles of the founding family of Banco Espirito Santo (BES) could affect the wider economy, while the bank said it was appointing a special financial advisor to...
  • All Aboard rail foes pick up steam, but admit odds slim

    All Aboard rail foes pick up steam, but admit odds slim
    Even opponents admit it may not be possible to derail All Aboard Florida's plan for train service from South Florida to Orlando. But it's not stopping them from trying — and enlisting the support of some political heavy hitters to join in the...
  • Rich countries, barred doors: Why aren't the U.S. and Europe more welcoming?

    Something similar is happening at the U.S.-Mexico border and on the Mediterranean. In both places, lifesaving and rights-respecting policies are being blamed for a surge in migrants and asylum seekers. Italy started a rescue-at-sea operation called Mare...
  • IMF raises German growth forecast, urges more public investment

    BERLIN (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) raised its forecasts for German economic growth on Monday and reiterated a call for Europe's largest economy to increase public investment to boost growth and support the euro zone bloc. In a...