NEW YORK Investors poured $33 billion into U.S.-based money market funds during the week ended Nov. 29, the largest inflows of 2017, Lipper data showed on Thursday, in a sign that investors might be sensing an end to the equity market's marathon rally.
NEW YORK U.S. fund investors pumped billions into bond funds for a 51st straight week, the Investment Company Institute (ICI) said on Wednesday, underscoring the seemingly insatiable appetite for yield.
BOSTON Vanguard Group Inc on Tuesday said it will offer six actively managed exchange-traded funds aimed at giving investors exposure to specific factors like low volatility or liquidity, increasing competition in the nascent investment product area.
NEW YORK A new exchange-traded fund is being introduced for investors who want their money kept far away from sexual harassment in the workplace.
NEW YORK BlackRock Inc on Tuesday said it had agreed to buy the asset management business of Mexico's Citibanamex, a subsidiary of Citigroup Inc , in a sign of the growth potential the world's largest asset management sees in the country.
TOKYO Bank of Japan board member Hitoshi Suzuki said there is room to debate a fine-tuning of the central bank's yield curve control (YCC) policy, the Mainichi paper reported, signaling the chance it may raise interest rates before inflation hits its target.
NEW YORK U.S. fund investors pumped millions into bond funds for a 50th straight week, the Investment Company Institute (ICI) said on Wednesday, showing that caution in recent weeks may not portend a flight from debt generally.
NEW YORK BlackRock Inc is turning to the robots for its next big investment idea.
NEW YORK Just in time for the Black Friday kick-off to holiday season shopping, stock market investors have been handed tools to bet on the decline of brick-and-mortar retail.
NEW YORK Retail, utilities, restaurants and financial services should all brace for more disruption in the year ahead, according to big-name investors who took part in the Reuters Global Investment 2018 Outlook Summit in New York this week.
LONDON Britain's opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn warned Morgan Stanley that bankers are right to regard him as a threat because he wants to transform what he cast as a rigged economy that profits speculators at the expense of ordinary people.