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The job market remains fragile in 2010, as companies lay off workers at a steady pace. Will unemployment remain depressed in 2011?
A look at economic developments and activity in major stock markets around the world
Dutch insurer Aegon said its third-quarter earnings more than tripled as sales rose.
AEGON USA Realty Advisors, LLC (AEGON) has expanded their Special Servicing platform to provide their expertise for third party asset management aimed at investors with holdings in real estate mortgage loans and...
Corporate America expects finances to improve, though they're not willing to boost retirement plans.
Stocks stumble late Tuesday as the market digested an unexpected dip in May existing-home sales and looked ahead to the Fed's statement.
Aegon is exploring options for its Transamerica life reinsurance business in the U.S. and plans to restructure its U.K. operations.
Transamerica Retirement Management, Inc. (Transamerica) now provides Morningstar ® Managed Portfolios TM (MMP) by Morningstar Investment Services (MIS), a registered investment advisor and wholly owned subsidiary...
Stocks close lower but far off intraday lows as labor market and eurozone concerns spark recovery-related fears. Gregg Greenberg reviews the day in The Real Story.
Dutch insurer Aegon, which owns the Transamerica insurance company in the U.S., swung to a fourth-quarter profit as it benefited from gains on investments and lower impairments.
Fidelity and Vanguard had the most number of top-rated mutual funds in TheStreet.com's quarterly ranking.
The company, which owns U.S. insurer Transamerica, swung to a third-quarter profit of 145 million euros ($216.9 million).
The Boston-based money manager increased the number of mutual funds in TheStreet's quarterly rankings.
It seems too good to be true: Pay life insurance premiums, then get cash back if you don’t die while you're covered. Wait, it is too good to be true.
U.S. stocks close in positive territory, demonstrating resilience after disappointing economic data.
Dutch insurer Aegon reported a second-quarter loss and said it would sell stock to help it repay a capital injection it received from the Dutch state.
More Americans are borrowing from their retirement plans without heeding the hefty risks.
It's a little-known fact that many insurers carry billions of dollars in mortgages on their books.
The Hartford shares plummeted more than 29% Friday, after the insurer slashed its dividend and offered no news about its government bailout application.
The money-management firm has placed 19 winners on a list of the best 200 funds.
Life insurance regulators' surprise rejection late Thursday of industry proposals to relax capital and surplus requirements is a win for policyholders, but could have a damaging effect on stocks in the sector.
The Treasury Secretary is considering TARP funding for insurance companies, relief that could lead to greater federal regulatory control for those companies that qualify.
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The insurers looking to get aid from the government bailout face new federal regulatory control risks if Treasury Secretary Paulson doesn't pull the plug.
Life insurance companies are snapping up small savings and loans in a bid to make themselves eligible for big government bailout dollars, but the effort is fraught with complications.
The Dutch insurer has applied for more than $1 billion in U.S. government support and may buy a small U.S. thrift company to be eligible for the funds, a report says.
The insurer said it applied for capital under the Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program.
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