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  • Bloomberg – The First Word: July 20, 2016 – Hour 2Bloomberg – The First Word with Karen Moskow and Bob Moon. GUEST: Andre Soliani Costa Bloomberg Latin America Brief
  • Bloomberg BRIEF: Latin America News(Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Andre Soliani Costa discusses this week’s Bloomberg BRIEF on Latin America. You can read Andre’s analysis and other news, market data and expert commentary from the world’s most trusted economists and analysts in the Bloomberg BRIEF digital newsletters. Subscribe through bloombergbriefs.com or the Bloomberg Terminal function {BRIEF}.
  • Bloomberg – The First Word: July 20, 2016 – Hour 1Bloomberg – The First Word with Karen Moskow and Bob Moon. GUEST: Mark Vitner Senior Economist Wells Fargo Securities
  • Insight, News & Data – July 19: Bloomberg Economic BRIEF(Audio)(Bloomberg) — A discussion of the day’s Bloomberg BRIEF. You can read analysis and other news, market data and expert commentary from the world’s most trusted economists and analysts in the Bloomberg BRIEF digital newsletters. Subscribe through bloombergbriefs.com or the Bloomberg Terminal function {BRIEF}.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Carl Riccadonna, Chief US Economist for Bloomberg Intelligence, on today’s economic news: […]
  • Bloomberg – The First Word: July 19, 2016 – Hour 2Bloomberg – The First Word with Karen Moskow and Bob Moon. GUEST: Christopher Sell Bloomberg Oil Buyer’s Guide
  • Bloomberg BRIEF: Christopher Sell on Oil (Audio)(Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Christopher Sell discusses this week’s Bloomberg BRIEF on oil. You can read Christopher’s analysis and other news, market data and expert commentary from the world’s most trusted economists and analysts in the Bloomberg BRIEF digital newsletters. Subscribe through bloombergbriefs.com or the Bloomberg Terminal function BRIEF .
  • Bloomberg – The First Word: July 19, 2016 – Hour 1Bloomberg – The First Word with Karen Moskow and Bob Moon. GUEST: Alexander Dryden Global Market Strategist JPMorgan Asset Management
  • Insight, News & Data – July 18: Bloomberg Economic BRIEF(Audio)(Bloomberg) — A discussion of the day’s Bloomberg BRIEF. You can read analysis and other news, market data and expert commentary from the world’s most trusted economists and analysts in the Bloomberg BRIEF digital newsletters. Subscribe through bloombergbriefs.com or the Bloomberg Terminal function {BRIEF}.\u0010\u0010GUEST:\u0010Felipe Hernandez, Latin American Economist for Bloomberg Intelligence, on today’s economic news: […]
  • Bloomberg – The First Word: July 18, 2016 – Hour 1(Bloomberg) — Bloomberg – The First Word with Karen Moskow and Bob Moon. GUEST: Allison Williams Analyst Bloomberg LP
  • Bloomberg Intelligence: Bank Earnings – July 18 (Audio)Alison Williams of Bloomberg Intelligence discusses second quarter earnings for U.S. banks. Bloomberg Intelligence offers valuable industry and company data, interactive charting and written analysis with government and credit insights from a team of independent experts, giving trading and investment professionals deep insight into where industries stand today and where they may be heading next.

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  • 5 Tips for Saving for Retirement—AutomaticallyDoes your company’s 401(k), 403(b) or other retirement savings plan offer automatic features like auto-enrollment? While automatic features make saving simple, it’s not the same thing as putting your savings on “autopilot.” The tips in this podcast will help you make the most of your company’s automatic retirement savings features.
  • Disaster Planning—5 Things to Put in Your Financial Emergency KitYou rarely have much advance warning to prepare for most natural disasters. That’s why it’s important to put a financial emergency kit together now—ahead of a crisis.
  • Filing an Investor ComplaintMost business in the securities industry is done fairly and efficiently, but problems can arise. If you believe that a sales person, brokerage firm or other industry professional has treated you unfairly, you can file a complaint with FINRA. Before you file a complaint, here are four questions to ask yourself.
  • Tips for a Turbulent MarketWhen the stock market is rocky, the best way to steady your pulse is by focusing on your overall financial picture. Combined with sound planning, this approach can pay dividends regardless of market conditions.
  • 5 Tips to Avoid Pump-and-Dump ScamsHave you ever pumped a few squirts of vanilla hazelnut syrup into your latte? There’s nothing wrong with that. But pumping up a coffee stock with hype and false statements? That’s illegal. And the Securities and Exchange Commission recently brought fraud charges against alleged perpetrators of just such a scheme. We explain that scheme and […]
  • 3 Things to Know About Financial PlannersAs you look for a financial professional, you’ll probably come across people who call themselves financial planners. It’s a phrase that encompasses many types of services and skills. Here are three things you need to know about financial planners.
  • Is It Time to Rebalance Your Portfolio?If it’s been a while since you’ve checked the asset allocation in your portfolio, consider looking to see whether it’s still achieving the balance you intended. If not, it may be time to rebalance.
  • Educate Yourself About Education Savings AccountsWhen it comes to saving for a child’s college education, you have many choices. If you’re thinking about opening an ESA, here are five things to consider.
  • Reverse Mortgages Are Not Free MoneyAdvertisements for reverse mortgages can give the false impression that they are an easy, cost-free way for retirees to finance vacations and leisurely lifestyles. But reverse mortgages aren’t free money, and misusing them—or misunderstanding how they work—can jeopardize your financial future.
  • FINRA’s 2015 Regulatory and Examination Priorities Part 4Part four of this six-part series covers sales practice priorities like senior investors and anti-money laundering.

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RSS SEC

  • SEC Announces Agenda for July 19 Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging CompaniesThe Securities and Exchange Commission today announced the agenda for the July 19 meeting of its Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies.  The Committee will focus on the first year of Regulation A+, recommendations related to the definition of an “accredited investor,” and the Commission’s recent proposal to amend the definition of “smaller reporting […]
  • SEC Charges Investment Adviser With Failing to Clearly Disclose Additional Costs to InvestorsThe Securities and Exchange Commission today announced an enforcement action against an investment advisory firm that failed to properly prepare clients for additional transaction costs beyond the “wrap fees” they pay to cover the cost of several services bundled together. In wrap fee programs, subadvisers typically use a sponsoring brokerage firm to execute their trades […]
  • SEC Adopts Amendments to Rules of Practice for Administrative ProceedingsThe Securities and Exchange Commission today adopted amendments updating its rules of practice governing its administrative proceedings. “The amendments to the Commission’s rules of practice provide parties with additional opportunities to conduct depositions and add flexibility to the timelines of our administrative proceedings, while continuing to promote the fair and timely resolution of the proceedings,” […]
  • SEC Proposes Amendments to Update and Simplify Disclosure Requirements As Part of Overall Disclosure Effectiveness ReviewThe Securities and Exchange Commission today voted to propose amendments to eliminate redundant, overlapping, outdated, or superseded provisions, in light of subsequent changes to Commission disclosure requirements, U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (U.S. GAAP), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and technology. The Commission is also soliciting comment on certain disclosure requirements that overlap with U.S. […]
  • SEC Proposes Rules to Enhance Order Handling Information Available to InvestorsThe Securities and Exchange Commission today voted to propose rules that for the first time would require broker-dealers to disclose the handling of institutional orders to customers.  The proposed rules also would expand the information included in existing retail order disclosures.  “These proposed rules are intended to bring order handling disclosure in line with modern […]
  • SEC Adopts Additional Rules Related to Security-Based Swap Transaction ReportingThe Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that it has adopted amendments and guidance related to rules regarding the regulatory reporting and public dissemination of security-based swap transactions, known as Regulation SBSR.  The new rules and guidance are designed to increase transparency in the security-based swap market. The rules and guidance implement mandates under Title […]
  • SEC: Citigroup Provided Incomplete Blue Sheet Data for 15 YearsThe Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Citigroup Global Markets has agreed to pay a $7 million penalty and admit wrongdoing to settle charges that a computer coding error caused the firm to provide the agency with incomplete “blue sheet” information about trades it executed. According to the SEC’s order instituting a settled administrative […]
  • SEC Announces New Investor Advisory Committee MembersThe Securities and Exchange Commission today announced the appointment of three new members to its Investor Advisory Committee, and the reappointment of five members whose terms recently expired.  The Committee was established under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to advise the Commission on regulatory priorities, regulation of securities products, trading strategies, fee […]
  • Sean McKessy, Chief of Whistleblower Office, to Leave SECThe Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Sean McKessy, Chief of the SEC’s Office of the Whistleblower, is planning to leave the agency later this month. Mr. McKessy became the first head of SEC’s whistleblower program in February 2011 and helped establish the whistleblower office that assesses and reviews all whistleblower tips received by […]
  • Paul Dudek, Chief of Office of International Corporate Finance, to Leave AgencyThe Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Paul Dudek, Chief of the Office of International Corporate Finance in the Division of Corporation Finance, is leaving the agency at the end of the month.  Mr. Dudek has headed the Office of International Corporate Finance for more than 22 years.  The office serves as the point […]