Trump backs CEOs, proposes easing corporate reporting rules
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump asked securities regulators to explore replacing quarterly reporting requirements with half-yearly filings at the urging of executives including PepsiCo Chief Executive Indra Nooyi, reigniting a debate about how often companies should give financial updates to investors.
Kill quarterly reporting? Some investors ring alarm bells
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Less reporting by U.S. corporations could put shareholders in the dark, allow companies to drift off course and even make U.S. stocks less attractive and create less public company investment, some investors and analysts argue.
U.S. value stocks capitalize on 'FANG' stumbles, with room to run
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The summer roller-coaster in two of the four big-cap 'FANG' names - Facebook Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Netflix Inc and Google-parent Alphabet Inc - has led to a shift, albeit slight, into value stocks.
Investors flee risk as bear markets multiply: BAML
LONDON (Reuters) - Investors pulled billions from equities this week, shifting into bonds and high dividend-yielding sectors as Turkey's currency crisis sparked a global selloff and emerging markets entered bear territory, an analysis of fund flows showed on Friday.
First crack at Musk could give top Tesla funds an edge
BOSTON (Reuters) - Information about Elon Musk's efforts to take Tesla Inc
private is scarce. But some small investors wonder if top funds have an edge.
Retirement success: focus on the paycheck, not a savings number
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Steve Vernon is an expert on numbers - but please do not ask him for your ânumberâ - that is, the amount you need to save to insure a successful retirement.
U.S. banks teach financial literacy with hands-on experience
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Last year, Abbey Jonesâ high school routine had a twist. For 45 minutes each week, she became one of 15 student tellers at the Community Spirit Bank branch at Red Bay High School in Red Bay, Alabama.
Why Americans are more cautious about the cost of college
CHICAGO - Since he was in fourth grade, Dennis Nolteâs stepson Jacob has been tacking Massachusetts Institute of Technology posters to his bedroom wall and dreaming of attending some day.
Australia's AMP back in inquiry hot seat as pension transfers challenged
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's No.1 retirement and wealth management company AMP Ltd paid hundreds of millions of dollars from customers' retirement accounts to its subsidiaries without proper documentation, an inquiry heard on Thursday.
Be humble, be frugal: Life lessons from Big Sick's Showalter
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Michael Showalterâs path to success in Hollywood has as many plot twists as the movies he directs, which include the hit romantic comedy "The Big Sick."