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  • Data processor sparks governance row at U.S. exchanges

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Outcries over a conflict of interest involving data processors central to securities trading could lead the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq to loosen their decades-long grip over a lucrative backwater of the U.S. stock market. A...
  • Prudential's Peters says firm has been purchasing high-yield junk bonds

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Greg Peters, the asset strategist who sounded an early alarm about the financial crisis and is now at Prudential Investment Management, said on Wednesday that the market downdraft and volatility may accelerate central bank...
  • More selling likely with U.S. stock indexes below key levels

    (Reuters) - Wall Street has been hit with a wave of selling in recent days, with the S&P 500 registering its worst three-day slide since 2011, but despite a burst of buying on Tuesday, investors expect that more selling is in order before the market...
  • Big banks start earnings season on Tuesday

    The nation's biggest banks are expected to report their latest quarterly results this week, providing a glimpse into how their businesses � and the U.S. economy � are faring. Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup will begin bank-...
  • Gibraltar to launch its first stock exchange next month

    LONDON (Reuters) - Gibraltar will next month open its first stock exchange, which will list collective investment schemes known as open-ended funds, after receiving approval from its financial regulator. The Gibraltar Stock Exchange, to be known as GSX,...
  • Euro's demise exaggerated, old lessons show

    LONDON (Reuters) - Currency watchers have decreed that the euro will fall sharply against the dollar as Europe and the United States' monetary policies diverge, but history suggests the euro's drop may not be quite so smooth or rapid. Frankfurt has...
  • Ask An Expert Hotline 2014

    Ask An Expert Hotline 2014
    The annual Ask An Expert Hotline drew about 200 people seeking advice about investments, retirement planning and other money matters. The free event is sponsored each year by the Orlando Sentinel and the Central Florida chapter of the Financial Planning...
  • U.S. ETFs to take aim at China's onshore bond market

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. investment firms are readying the first line of exchange-traded funds designed to give American investors access to China's swelling onshore bond market, which has been largely closed off to foreigners. At least four fund...
  • What crisis? Russians keep calm for now as rouble slide gathers pace

    MOSCOW/YEKATERINBURG Russia (Reuters) - (This Oct. 10 story is corrected to show record low ruble rate 40.46 against the dollar, not 44.46) With the ruble down 18 percent against the dollar this year and sanctions chipping away at economic ties with...
  • Stocks fall on fears of weakness abroad

    It was the steepest of roller-coaster rides for investors this week, and it ended with a 115-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average that wiped out the year's gains for the benchmark index. Throughout the nation and worldwide, major indexes...
  • EU rules seek to aid securitization revival

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Commission published new rules on Friday to encourage more securitization of assets such as car and consumer loans and small business loans as part of a drive to channel more funds into the flagging European economy. The...