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Hurricane Season Is Here, Is It Too Late for Flood Insurance?

Hurricane Season Is Here, Is It Too Late for Flood Insurance?

While Floridian's are bracing for Hurricane Dorian, here's a primer on flood insurance.

AIG Is Likely to Trend Lower With Interest Rates

AIG Is Likely to Trend Lower With Interest Rates

Insurance companies should be sensitive to the direction of interest rates.

GE's Stock Price Shines Brighter With Partial Victory in Fraud Lawsuit

GE's Stock Price Shines Brighter With Partial Victory in Fraud Lawsuit

But the federal court ruling also leaves gives the plaintiffs a green light to come back with an amended complaint.

Bank of America's Rating Cut by Raymond James as U.S. Interest Rates Drop

Bank of America's Rating Cut by Raymond James as U.S. Interest Rates Drop

Raymond James analyst Michael Rose cuts his stock recommendation on Bank of America to market perform from outperform, citing the 'significant earnings headwind' from falling U.S. interest rates.

Market Movers: Gold vs. U.S. Dollar Outlook

Market Movers: Gold vs. U.S. Dollar Outlook

Can the U.S. dollar and gold continue to rally together?

Striking Options: Global Growth and Earnings Season Ends

Striking Options: Global Growth and Earnings Season Ends

Markets cautious over progress in U.S.-China trade talks.

Your Need to Know - Yield Curve Inversion, Again.

Your Need to Know - Yield Curve Inversion, Again.

A critical part of the yield curve has inverted. For a few weeks now, headlines have been highlighting recession fears. Is the latest inversion validating the markets concern?

Morgan Stanley Stock Looks Headed Lower

Morgan Stanley Stock Looks Headed Lower

Prices are trading below the negatively sloped 50-day and 200-day moving average lines.

Eaton Vance Shares Advance on Stronger-Than-Expected Third-Quarter Profit

Eaton Vance Shares Advance on Stronger-Than-Expected Third-Quarter Profit

Average assets under management at the end of the fiscal third quarter were $471 billion, up 5.6% from the year-earlier quarter.

Consumer Confidence Holds Steady Even as Trump Tweets Up Stakes on China Trade

Consumer Confidence Holds Steady Even as Trump Tweets Up Stakes on China Trade

Consumer confidence holds steady during the first half of August even as President Donald Trump threatened to increase tariffs on imports from China and then labeled the country as a currency manipulator.