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YOUR MONEY: Year-end money moves for your ETFs

 

Tax-loss harvesting is all about finding losers in your investment portfolio to offset winners so you pay less tax.

U.S. banking regulators unveil proposal to update low-income lending standards

 

Two U.S. banking regulators unveiled a proposed overhaul to community lending standards on Thursday, kicking off a contentious policy fight over the proper way to ensure banks are supporting...

DoubleLine's Gundlach sees risk for U.S. credit when dollar weakens

 

The U.S. dollar's next big move will be lower, which could lead to a significant fall in U.S. bond prices and a slew of downgrades, Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of DoubleLine Capital said on...

BlackRock Investment Institute 'modestly positive' on risk assets for 2020

 

BlackRock Investment Institute said on Tuesday it was cautiously rotating into cyclical assets, Japanese equities and emerging markets.

Ackman's Pershing Square makes new bet on Agilent Technologies

 

Billionaire investor William Ackman's hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management said Monday it bought shares in testing equipment company Agilent Technologies Inc, only its second new investment...

Investor to oppose Instructure's plans to sell to Thoma Bravo

 

Rivulet Capital, a large investor in Instructure Inc, on Thursday said it will resist the U.S. educational software company's plan to sell itself to private equity firm Thoma Bravo for $2 billion,...

Top U.S. stockpickers keep low profile

 

The co-managers of the best stock mutual fund of this decade work out of a small office in Los Angeles, rarely talk with the financial media and have never appeared as guests on CNBC looking to raise...

U.S. banking regulators urge 'responsible use' of alternative lending data

 

U.S. banking regulators said on Tuesday that lenders must have robust compliance tools in place to ensure "responsible use" of non-traditional sources of financial data to help determine whether a...

U.S. consumer watchdog proposes exemptions for banks, credit unions on remittances

 

The U.S. consumer watchdog on Tuesday proposed making permanent an exemption that allows certain banks and credit unions to estimate the international remittance fees they charge consumers in...

U.S. stock funds see fourth straight week of outflows: Lipper

 

U.S. equity stock funds saw $390 million in outflows in the week ended on Wednesday, the fourth straight week of outflows for such funds, according to data released by Lipper on Friday.

Your Money: On #GivingTuesday, companies turbocharge holiday giving efforts

 

Four years ago, PayPal set out to break the Guinness World Record for the most money raised online for charity in 24 hours.

HSBC private banking sees double-digit asset, revenue growth on Asia boost

 

The private banking business of HSBC Holdings PLC is aggressively pursuing double-digit growth in client assets and revenue, riffing off a surge in Asian wealth, the unit's chief executive told...

Exclusive: Hedge fund Citadel's commodities business up about $1 billion for the year - sources

 

Citadel's commodities investments are up at least $1 billion for the year, according to three sources familiar with the matter, helping to drive strong overall performance at one of the world's...

Local hero: Florida hotelier Harris Rosen keeps his giving close to home

 

Harris Rosen has a chain of eight hotels bearing his name in the Orlando area, but he makes most of his headlines these days for giving away his fortune.

Morgan Stanley fund offer for PNE too low: shareholders group SdK

 

Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners' offer for PNE which values the German renewable firm at 306 million euros ($337 million) is too low, small shareholders group SdK said on Tuesday.

Your Money: Looking For Holiday Buys? Try E-commerce ETFs 

 

First the bad news for your wallet: Americans are slated to spend more than they ever have this holiday season - around $730 billion in November and December, according to the National Retail...

U.S. stock funds lose $3.6 billion in week: Lipper

 

U.S. equity funds saw $3.6 billion in outflows in the week ended on Wednesday, according to data released on Thursday by Lipper.

Bacon's Moore Capital to return client capital after 30 years

 

Louis Moore Bacon, the billionaire hedge fund manager whose macroeconomic bets on currencies, interest rates and other securities earned his Moore Capital Management LP double-digit returns over 30...

Hedge fund Firefly hits out at Gulfport Energy's plans, demands board seat

 

Firefly Value Partners on Thursday asked Gulfport Energy for a seat on its board and criticized the "half-measures" which the U.S. gas exploration and production company is taking to improve its...

Fund investors continue retreat from U.S. stocks

 

Investors pulled approximately $3.4 billion out of mutual funds and exchange traded funds that hold U.S. equities last week, extending the largest sustained pullback from the domestic stock market in...

Outside the Box: These 16 money wasters are why so many Americans can’t save for retirement

 

We can’t tell the difference between needs and wants and are unable to delay gratification.

Outside the Box: Here’s the formula for paying no federal income taxes on $100,000 a year

 

Different types of income are treated differently.

Where Should I Retire?: I’m 66, get $26,300 a year in Social Security and want to live in a small city by the ocean — so where should I retire?

 

A retirement near the beach can be had for less than you might think.

The Moneyist: I cared for my mother with Alzheimer’s — can I help myself to the $70,000 in her bank account and not tell my unhelpful brother?

 

‘My only brother would visit occasionally and never offered to even take her home from a hospital stay or to a follow-up appointment.’

NewsWatch: The hottest housing markets of 2020 are far from the coasts

 

Home buyers next year are expected to flock to smaller, more affordable cities, according to Realtor.com.

Capitol Report: Here’s what’s happening next in Democrats’ effort to impeach President Trump

 

A vote on impeachment by the full House is widely expected to come before Christmas, putting the Republican-led Senate on track to try President Donald Trump in January.

Microsoft tries to stay out of Amazon’s JEDI appeal while continuing to improve Azure

 

Microsoft has deftly counter punched by sticking to tightly-scripted comments and side-stepping an ugly dispute between AWS and the federal government.

Rex Nutting: Why raising taxes on the rich isn’t so crazy

 

Wealth taxes wouldn’t destroy the economy — they’d make it better.

Biotech stocks are producing outsized gains — here’s how to get your share

 

An evergreen strategy is to buy stocks of companies that are likely to be bought out at attractive premiums.

MarketWatch First Take: What Amazon is really accusing Trump of doing in JEDI deal

 

The conspiracy theory at the heart of Amazon.com Inc.’s lawsuit over its loss of the $10 billion JEDI contract is another example of more possibly unethical tactics by the Trump administration.

 

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