Some Investors Can't Wait for the Fed to Raise Rates

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Retirees and other savers looking to put their money in traditionally safe investments such as bonds are seeing returns shrivel.

Federal Mortgage Agency: More Needed to Police Nonbank Lenders

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A government mortgage agency says it needs more resources to police the growing ranks of companies rushing to fill the void left by big banks that have stepped away from the market for riskier home loans.

Citi Holders OK Pay Packages

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Citigroup shareholders approved top executives’ pay packages, a vote of confidence for a bank that is trying to move forward after a tough 2014.

Big Banks' Debt-Cost Conundrum

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A recent Federal Reserve working paper challenges the idea that markets expect the government to rescue the biggest banks. That looks like wishful thinking.

Fed Talks, Rate Liftoff Date Walks

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Ahead of the Tape: The Federal Reserve may delay a rate increase if a negative feedback loop returns.

T-Mobile's Hot Pink Flower Power

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T-Mobile’s growth sets it apart—as does its valuation discount to rivals.

Ford Profit Falls for Quarter

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Ford Motor reported quarterly profit fell 7% as better-than-expected North American profits were dented by losses in Europe and South America, which continue to be a drag on the bottom line.

French Minister Riles Renault

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How France’s economy minister outmaneuvered Renault’s Carlos Ghosn by striking an options deal with Deutsche Bank to temporarily buy shares in Renault, letting it double its power over the car maker.

BP Strength May Lack Total Staying Power

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Both BP and Total are suffering from low oil prices but found similar sources of strength in the first quarter. But the French company has certain advantages this year.

Oil Prices Hit BP Profit

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BP reported a sharp drop in first-quarter profit compared with a year earlier and saw its cash flow squeezed as oil prices hit their lowest mark in six years.

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