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  1. European Bank Stocks: Time to Buy, or Bail?

    All investments involve risk, including possible loss of principal. The value of investments can go down as well as up, and investors may not get back the full amount invested. The information provided in this posting is not a complete analysis of every material fact regarding any country, region, ...

  2. Fitch to Confirm Ratings of VRDP Shares Issued by Nuveen Fund on Replacement of Liquidity Providers

    Fitch to Confirm Ratings of VRDP Shares Issued by Nuveen Fund on Replacement of Liquidity Providers

  3. BofA Chief Moynihan Confident About Next Fed Stress Tests

    Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Officer Brian T. Moynihan said the firm has plenty of capital and he's confident it will pass the next U.S. stress tests .

  4. Bargains Hard to Find in Financials

    The sector is feeling the pressure from regulators and appears to be fairly valued overall.

  5. 2 Catalysts for European Bank Growth

    A decrease of regulatory issues combined with the ability to distribute more dividends will be key drivers of improvement for European financial-services firms, says Causeway manager Harry Hartford.

  6. Navigating a 'No-Pension' Retirement

    This retiree looks to get more fully invested and determine whether the stable-value option merits staying put in an old 401(k).

  7. A Rough Road for Financial-Services ETFs

    Sector's robust comeback takes a turn so far in 2014. 

  8. Lessons From Our Bucket Portfolio Stress Tests

    Christine Benz's 2000-2012 simulations for bucketed retiree portfolios produced some interesting takeaways on rebalancing, the 4% rule, and more.

  9. We Put the Bucket System Through Additional Stress Tests

    How would an even simpler retirement portfolio have fared during the bear market?

  10. Fed Broadening Stress Tests to Include 11 More Banks

    The Federal Reserve Board will be expanding its yearly stress-test exercise next year to include 11 more bank holding companies, bringing the total to 29 firms.

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