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Finding Lost Money
The idea of finding buried treasure or receiving an inheritance from a long-lost relative is a staple of fantasies and adventure stories. Though finding treasure is unlikely, discovering “lost” money or other assets from a relative, a business, or a
Finance news you need to know today
HERE are five things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY — The Australian dollar has dropped against its US counterpart. The local currency was trading at 72.03 US cents at 0630 AEDT on Friday, down from 72.45
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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
World Trade Set for Slowest Yearly Growth Since Global Financial Crisis
WTO cuts world trade growth forecast to 1.7% in 2016 By PAUL HANNON and WILLIAM MAULDIN Wall Street Journal Updated Sept. 27, 2016 5:16 p.m. ET World trade will this year grow at the slowest pace since the global
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
AMERICA’S UPPER MIDDLE CLASS IS THRIVING
The middle class may be feeling squeezed, but the upper middle class is enjoying good times. The upper middle class grew to 29.4% of the population in 2014, up from 12.9% in 1979, according to a new Urban Institute report.
IT’S 1995 AGAIN for Dollar Traders Bracing for Trade War Trouble.
Back in 1995, an international trade dispute between the U.S. and Japan helped drive a 25 percent plunge in the dollar versus the yen. Now, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump heading into the November presidential election pledging to reshape
MEET THE 30 HIGHEST-PAID FEMALE EXECUTIVES IN THE BAY AREA 2016
Our annual list of the highest-paid female executives in the Bay Area shows the broad range of talent lighting up the region’s C-suites — and the big salaries that come with those positions. Check out our slideshow below of the
U.S. DOLLAR AWAKENS AHEAD OF YELLEN SPEECH
The strong dollar could be coming back very soon. After rallying last year, the dollar stumbled at the start of 2016. One key measure for the dollar, the ICE dollar futures index, fell on May 2 to its lowest point
ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST EXPENSIVE COUNTRIES IS DEBATING GIVING AWAY MONEY
THE SWISS ARE DISCUSSING PAYING PEOPLE $2,500 A MONTH FOR DOING NOTHING. The country will vote June 5 on whether the government should introduce an unconditional basic income to replace various welfare benefits. Although the initiators of the plan haven’t
POWER MILLENNIALS: TWO BANKERS TAKE ON FINANCE NEWS
As freshman year roommates at Middlebury College in Vermont, Jack Kramer and Nick Martell bonded over the fact that they both drank the same protein shake. Little did they know that in just a few short years, the two would
BITCOIN’S CREATOR. WRIGHT’S WRONGS.
ANOTHER Satoshi has bitten the dust. On May 2nd Craig Wright, an Australian entrepreneur, published on his blog what he claimed was proof that he is Satoshi Nakamoto, the mysterious creator of bitcoin, a cryptocurrency. Within 90 minutes the post
HARRIET TUBMAN, ANTI-SLAVERY ACTIVIST, TO BE ON NEW US $20 BILL.
Anti-slavery activist Harriet Tubman will be the first woman to appear on a US banknote for more than a century. Tubman, who was born a slave around 1820 and helped hundreds of others escape, will feature on the new $20
THANKS, STARBUCKS: HOW DAILY SPENDING HURTS RETIREMENT SAVINGS.
Americans are saving for retirement, but many are also spending at a rate that will prevent them from enjoying the kind of retirement they dream of, according to a report released this week by Personal Capital, an online financial advisor