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Oil Rises to 15-Month High on U.S. Supply Drop, OPEC Optimism
by Jessica Summers / Bloomberg Oil jumped to a 15-month high in New York after the government reported that U.S. crude inventories unexpectedly fell last week and Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said many nations are willing to join OPEC output cuts. Futures
Millennials: Are you a financial grown-up?
– By : Lisa Kiplinger , USA TODAY / Date : 03-Oct-16 Believe it or not, the eldest of the Millennials are getting ready to turn 35. There’s no denying it: You’re truly grown-ups, getting married, having kids and firming
A Victory Every Day with Rick Paulsen. Webinar
About Rick Paulsen Rick Paulsen joined NYL in 1982. Rick has qualified for Council 32 consecutive years in a row, qualifying for Chairman’s Council 30 times, and Chairman’s Council 9 times. Rick was the 2008 Council Vice President and 2012
Deutsche Bank in crisis: three things to think about
By FN Staff/ 10.01.16 Investors tire of Deutsche’s rollercoaster ride… Top investors have begun to insist Deutsche Bank needs a rescue, even though it insists it doesn’t want one, following a week of turmoil in which its shares see-sawed and
16-YEAR-OLD MADE $43,000 ON THESE STOCKS IN 3 YEARS
Sudarshan Sridharan may not have been old enough to drive a Tesla, but that didn’t stop him from profiting on the stock. Unlike most 16-year-olds, Sridharan manages about a quarter of a million dollars of his parents’ retirement money. It
BREXIT ‘EXTRAORDINARILY DANGEROUS’ FOR U.S. BANKS
Although fears of a possible vote by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union had been growing, most U.S. analysts and bankers believed the chances of the “Brexit” push succeeding were unlikely. But after Britain shocked the world by
WILL OBAMA’S NEW OVERTIME RULES ACTUALLY HURT WORKERS?
A NEW FEDERAL RULE THAT EXPANDS THE NUMBER OF WORKERS ELIGIBLE FOR OVERTIME PAY MEANS EMPLOYERS WILL HAVE TO PONY UP MORE MONEY — IN PAYROLL, ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL COSTS. They’re not happy. And, they warn, workers won’t be either.
AN ACADEMIC economist was taken off a plane last week after a fellow passenger became suspicious. He was feverishly scribbling what she thought was “terrorist code” or foreign lettering into a notebook. It turned out that Guido Menzio, an Italian
ARE BILLIONAIRES MORE LIKELY TO BE GRADUATES?
Are billionaires good with exams as well as their finances? Or are they more likely to have escaped school at the first opportunity and worked their way up to make their fortunes? Are they likely to be graduates or to
GLOBAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 2016: SOME KEY FACTS FOR INVESTORS
The markets have been changing recently, as problems with China have been having a significant impact on the global economy. All of this has led to concern, given that it will lead authorities to have to deal with difficult issues.
Tax-deferred plans can be a great way to save money for retirement, but you can’t defer your tax liability forever. Once you reach age 70½, you must begin taking required minimum distributions (RMDs) from these plans each year or face