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Banks are rethinking their premium credit card offerings

by Justin Ho Aug 15, 2017
Bank of America plans to launch a new premium rewards credit card next month. The bank is entering a crowded field of similar products from American Express and Chase, whose Sapphire Reserve card made headlines for its initial 100,000-point sign-up…
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When did the financial crisis begin? Some say August 9, 2007 — in France

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 9, 2017
The French bank BNP Paribas was a key figure in the crisis.
A view of the French bank BNP Paribas back in early 2008.
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While the Dow spikes, the dollar falls

by Marielle Segarra Aug 2, 2017
The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit 22,000 for the first time today, thanks in part to strong corporate profits. But while all eyes are on the Dow, less attention is being paid to another measure of the U.S. economy: the…

Wells Fargo scandals could mean sweeping consequences

by Annie Baxter Aug 1, 2017
First, there was a scandal over millions of fake Wells Fargo accounts that broke last year. Then, accusations of changes to mortgages without notifying customers. Now, Wells Fargo faces a class-action lawsuit over selling car insurance policies to hundreds of…

Keep an eye on bonds, not the stock market

by , and Aug 1, 2017
Alan Greenspan is warning in an interview with Bloomberg that we are in a bubble, a bond market bubble. The former Fed Chairman is concerned that inflation might surprise us and bond prices might fall sharply at some point in…

LIBOR interest rate to be phased out

by Stephen Beard Jul 27, 2017
Britain’s main financial regulator said today that a key benchmark interest rate will be phased out by the end of 2021. LIBOR, the London Interbank Offered Rate, was badly damaged a few years ago in a multibillion dollar rate-rigging scandal.…

For short sellers, a record stock market is troublesome

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 21, 2017
Stocks have posted steady gains, which means traders betting against them aren’t happy.
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Will corporate tax reform boost President Trump’s promise of more manufacturing jobs?

by Jed Kim Jul 18, 2017
We’re in the middle of another theme week at the White House. This time it’s “Made in America Week.” President Trump is expected to issue a declaration tomorrow highlighting the importance of American manufacturing. He’s promised to help U.S. companies…

Why aren't more bankers in jail after the financial crisis?

by Amy Scott Jul 11, 2017
A look at why the Department of Justice pursues settlements instead of indictments.
Two employees of Christie's auction house maneuver the Lehman Brothers corporate logo on September 24, 2010 in London, England. Lehman Brothers, a financial services firm, was a key entity in the financial crisis that was not deemed too big to fail.
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What is the bond market trying to tell us about the economy?

by Mitchell Hartman Jun 30, 2017
Many investors focus on the stock market. But the bond market’s been doing some interesting things lately, things that are getting investors’ and economists’ attention. Since the beginning of this year, there’s been a decided flattening of the yield curve…