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  • Regulator probes funding of California muni bond lobbying group

     
    The brokerage industry’s self-regulatory agency is investigating the funding of the California Public Securities Assn., a group that lobbies on issues affecting the municipal bond industry in the state. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority sent a...
  • Stock funds take cash in as muni bond funds lose it

     
    Out of one bucket and into another? Investors yanked a net $5.7 billion from municipal bond mutual funds in the seven days ended Jan. 19, the biggest outflow since the muni market sell-off began in late October, an industry report......
  • EGYPT: Stock market stumbles amid nationwide turbulence

     
    Days of unrest and protests forced a temporary suspension of trading in Egypt's stock market on Thursday, as the nation's index EGX30 hit its lowest level in more than six months. "The situation is a direct result of the ongoing......
  • Demand Media IPO priced at $17, above expectations

     
    Demand Media, the Santa Monica mass producer of Web content, has priced its initial public offering at $17 a share, valuing the company at just under $1.5 billion....
  • Insurance broker Bolton & Co. to move in Pasadena

     
    Insurance broker Bolton & Co. will move into new quarters at Pasadena Corporate Park, a real estate brokerage said Wednesday. The company, which provides insurance and risk management services, will move from 245 S. Los Robles Avenue to the complex......
  • Surprise! Floridians feeling a little better about economy

     
    Following up on an earlier post about rising consumer confidence, it looks like Floridians have experienced a surprising bout of good feelings too. The University of Florida's Bureau of Economic and Business Research reports that consumer confidence...
  • Obama's State of the Union: 'We do big things'

     
    Democrat Obama says this is the nation's next Sputnik moment....
  • Oil jumps again but Wall Street rebounds after Friday's dive

     
    After Friday’s slump, global markets have stabilized Monday despite the continuing unrest in Egypt. But oil prices were up sharply after trading modestly higher for much of the morning in New York. Near-term crude futures, which shot up $3.70 to......
  • Dow tops 12,000 as economy's strength stokes bulls

     
    Wall Street’s bulls drove the stock market to new multiyear highs Tuesday, emboldened by fresh signs that the economy’s momentum in the fourth quarter spilled into January. The Dow Jones industrial average closed above the 12,000 level for the first.....
  • EGYPT: Courts to reopen, stock market remains closed

     
    The Egyptian justice minister announced on state television Saturday that the country's courts will return to work Sunday. However, Khaled Serri Seyam, the head of the Egyptian stock market, told the official Egyptian news agency that the country's...
  • EGYPT: Stock exchange to resume trading Sunday

     
    Egyptian financial officials say the country’s stock exchange will resume trading Sunday, a week after banks reopened. The Associated Press reports that the delay appears to be part of attempts to cool investors’ fears and avoid a massive sell-off....