Sarah Churchill was an adroit investor and savvy political operative.
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While the film introduces viewers to women who were important political figures in British history, it doesn't quite capture just how much power and influence these women actually wielded.
John C. Bogle, founder of Vanguard Group, died in January.
The index fund revolutionized investing for millions. Its founder died on Jan. 16.
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There are a lot of similarities between the state of tech companies today and when the 2000 dot-com bubble burst.
Trading stocks can be a lot like buying a used car.
Stock markets have plunged in recent months on concerns over Trump's trade war and the possibility of a recession. An economist explains how stocks are like used cars – and lemons.
The U.S. Federal Reserve raised interest rates as of Dec. 19.
The Federal Reserve opted to lift interest rates in a snub to stock investors who have been bleeding red for more than two months.
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Who would you rather work for: Apple or Domino's Pizza?
The twice-annual time changes affect people similar to the way jet lag does. It’s time to abolish Daylight Saving Time.
Research shows that daylight-saving time changes do more harm than good. It's time to abolish the practice.
No industry should be considered too big to fail, including the auto industry.
Ensuring no industry becomes too big to fail can be achieved by changing the way companies are run. The aim is to develop a sustainable model for corporations.
The 2008 financial meltdown caused millions of Americans to lose their homes, and the austerity measures that followed only widened income inequality and helped fuel the rise of right-wing populism.
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Right-wing populists have exploited key weaknesses in liberal democratic society that were exacerbated by the failure of political leaders to respond effectively to the 2008 financial crisis.
There were 6,566 more suicides in the 2008-09 period that were a direct consequence of the rapid decline of equity values.
Washington Capitals left wing Jakub Vrana jumps into the arms of Alex Ovechkin (8) after scoring the go-ahead goal during Game 5 in the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup hockey playoffs. Cheer for the Caps this Stanley Cup final if you’re hoping the stock market performs well.
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The Stanley Cup winner has proven to be a weirdly accurate stock market predictor. That's why we should cheer for the Washington Capitals this year.
Wall Street needs a new face.
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In giving Dodd-Frank the Botox treatment, Congress misses the point of what's wrong with financial regulation: It's an old mess.
Suncor’s plant in the oilsands in Fort McMurray Alta. Divesting in fossil fuels can not only help combat climate change, but can also increase investors’ returns, according to a new analysis.
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A recent study suggests that divesting in fossil fuels not only allows investors to address their climate change concerns, it also reduces financial risks and increases financial returns.
Masculine words and metaphors are frequently used in financial language.
The stock market is littered with metaphors made by and for men, so it's no wonder women don't feel as comfortable in investing.
Inflation may be a bull market’s greatest enemy.
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While many market observers blame the growing threat of inflation for the stock market crash, the real culprit may be concerns that the economy is about to slow.
In the red.
Markets follow a mix of economic reasoning, human emotion and out-of-control algorithms.
The Dow Jones is on a rollercoaster. But don't panic.
Another jittery day on Wall Street.
An economist explains why the Dow Jones industrial average's biggest-ever one-day drop shouldn't bother you too much.
Prolonged periods of low volatility provide ample opportunity for investors to become complacent about risk, and increase the prospect of sharp market corrections.
Volatility indexes show that investors have been complacent about the risk of a share market correction.
The record level of the price-to-earnings ratio for equities is increasingly worrying. But how do we determine whether the price of a stock – or an exchange – is valued at its fair price or overvalued?