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  1. Hyde Marine Marks 300th Hyde GUARDIAN® Ballast Water Treatment System Sold, Continues Success in Compact Footprint Applications

    Hyde Marine Marks 300th Hyde GUARDIAN® Ballast Water Treatment System Sold, Continues Success in Compact Footprint Applications

  2. Picks and Strategies to Navigate Today's Market

    Roundtable report: Morningstar strategists offer up their best ideas for a fully valued, low-yield market with few attractive choices.

  3. A.M. Best Affirms Ratings of Blue Whale Re Ltd.

    A.M. Best Affirms Ratings of Blue Whale Re Ltd.

  4. Vanguard Announces Lower Expense Ratios for 5 International-Stock ETFs

    The largest fund affected is Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF, whose fee is falling by 17%.

  5. How Much Emerging-Markets Exposure Do You Need? (And Do You Already Have It?)

    Emerging markets are hot, and here are some benchmarks to ensure you don't go overboard.

  6. Benz: A Second-Quarter Portfolio Checkup in 4 Steps

    You're likely to see red ink in bonds and still-strong year-to-date performance in stocks when you check your portfolio after a rocky second quarter. Our director of personal finance offers tips for what to do next.

  7. The Ultimate Cheapskate's Index Portfolio

    For investors looking to build a portfolio based on rock-bottom fees, here's a list of funds and ETFs that can serve as building blocks.

  8. Attention Emerging-Markets Stock-Fund Shoppers

    With the category one of the few losers so far this year, now might be just the time to consider one of these highly rated offerings.

  9. Thinking About Adding to Your International-Equity Allocation?

    Although a cap-weighted strategy is low-cost, it does make large bets in risky areas.

  10. Sanders, Sherman Introduce Bill to Break Up Big Banks

    Sen. Bernie Sanders, I- Vt ., and Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., reintroduced legislation Tuesday to break up the largest financial institutions. The bill was light on details, however, and did not spell out how a breakup should be done.

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