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Wall Street profits were $11.3 billion in the first half of 2015, the strongest results in four years, according to a report by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.
Daycare costs are the biggest line item in many household budgets, Economic Policy Institute data show
The U.S. Supreme Court let stand a major insider-trading ruling that threatens at least 10 convictions and creates what the Obama administration calls a road map for securities fraud.
Outflows from U.S. exchange-traded funds that invest in emerging markets more than doubled last week, with redemptions exceeding $12 billion in the third quarter. Taiwan led the losses in the five days ended Oct. 2.
Payrolls rose less than projected in September, wages stagnated and the jobless rate was unchanged as people left the workforce, signaling the global slowdown and financial-market turmoil are rippling through the world’s largest economy.
Half of Americans won’t get a chip-loaded card by the deadline.
Despite debt, stagnant wages, and sluggish economic growth, young people may yet find a path to prosperity.
Credit markets are viewing Glencore Plc as if it’s already junk.
All’s fair in love and debt restructuring.
Household spending climbed more than forecast in August and incomes also rose as the biggest part of the U.S. economy continued to power past a global slowdown.
Alcoa Inc., the biggest U.S. aluminum maker, will split itself into two public companies.
Pimco may have won as much as it lost after its co-founder Bill Gross left a year ago.
Higher interest rates mean higher debt burdens
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Videos: In The Money
Viktor Shvets, head of Asian strategy at Macquarie Securities, discusses the outlook for emerging markets. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
Some analysts are saying what we are currently seeing in emerging markets could rival the 1997 Asian crisis. However, others say now is the time to get in. Bloomberg's Enda Curran reports on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
Chris Bertelsen, chief investment officer at Global Financial Private Capital, discusses the U.S. and Chinese markets and how he's advising his clients. He speaks to Bloomberg's Angie Lau on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
Filmmakers detail why the financial industry makes for great storytelling. Bloomberg’s Stephanie Mehta speaks with Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas, Executive Producers of “Equity.” They speak at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit in New York. (Source: Bloomberg)
A look ahead to what future Most Influential lists will look like. What are the big challenges that business finance will confront in coming years, and how will those challenges shape future CEOs and other business leaders. Bloomberg’s Stryker McGuire speaks with Nick Badman, Chairman of Peter Callum Centre for Entrepreneurship at Cass Business School, Neal Lawson, Chair at Compass, Ann LeFrance, Partner at Squire Patton Boggs and Andrew Wessels, Founder and CEO of The Marque. They speak at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit in London. (Source: Bloomberg)