YOUR MONEY: What it means to invest with a gender lens
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When clients tell financial adviser Catherine Valega that they want to invest their money in women, they are not always clear what they mean.
Senator hedge fund's founding duo to split; Klabin will leave firm
BOSTON (Reuters) - Hedge fund Senator Investment Group told clients on Thursday that its founding partners are splitting up, ending one of the industry's more profitable and durable professional marriages.
U.S. stock funds lose $2.6 billion in week: Lipper
(Reuters) - U.S. equity funds saw outflows of $2.6 billion in the latest week, according to Lipper.
U.S. money market assets decreased in latest week-iMoneyNet
NEW YORK, Feb 19 (Reuters) - U.S. money market fund assets decreased by $3.64 billion to $3.575 trillion in the week ended Feb 18, the Money Fund Report said on Wednesday.
The truth about 'greedy' seniors and the 'war' between generations
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Former U.S. senator Alan Simpson summarized the argument well: seniors fighting Social Security benefit cuts were nothing more than âgreedy geezersâ stealing from young people âwho are going to get gutted.â The Wyoming Republican's memorable phrase from 2012 is a good example of the colorful language of so-called intergenerational warfare - pitting generations against one another with zero-sum-game economic arguments.
T. Rowe Price to place a bigger bet on stocks in retirement funds
BOSTON (Reuters) - T. Rowe Price Group Inc said on Thursday it would ratchet up the risk in its target-date retirement portfolios, boosting stock allocations to as much as 98% for younger investors.
Investing in the art world is now just a click away
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Owning a piece of art is not just for the ultra-wealthy anymore.
YOUR MONEY: Family offices lead the way on impact investing
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When former investment manager Ron Cordes started a charitable foundation in 2007, he got frustrated because he could only "do good" when he was actively giving the money away to needy causes.
SEC's shareholder advice proposal draws ire from Republican hedge fund donors
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. securities regulator is on a collision course with powerful hedge funds executives, including former White House advisor Carl Icahn and Republican mega-donor Paul Singer, over a proposal they say could reduce shareholder voting rights.