A big Vanguard ETF will build up holdings of China A shares, small-caps.
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Big U.S. stocks have given investors a remarkably smooth ride in recent years. That might lull some into complacency about the risk in their portfolios.
Greece doesn’t help, but China and Iran look like bigger factors explaining oil’s selloff.
Ahead of the Tape: With Europe trying to contain the Greek crisis and China attempting to limit fallout from collapsing stock prices, the U.S. may be in for a bit of trade trouble.
American Apparel Inc. warned on Monday that it may need to raise additional capital over the next year even as it embarks on an aggressive cost-cutting plan.
In an annual rite, big firms lay it on thick for students with cushy activities including kayaking, bowling and jam bands.
China’s stock market bailout probably won’t work. A bigger question is why the country’s leaders felt the need to do it in the first place.
The longer Greece’s economic limbo endures, the closer to collapse Greece’s banks will be and the more difficult any new economic bailout becomes.
The Federal Reserve’s bond purchases made mortgage refinancings abnormally profitable for banks. But all good things come to an end.