Idol Father: Life Lessons with Chris Daughtry
NEW YORK (Reuters) - You do not even have to win on a talent competition show like âAmerican Idolâ to launch yourself on a path to selling more than eight million albums.
Bernstein sees no U.S. bear market soon despite 'slow bleed' overhang
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Six weeks of unusual U.S. stock market volatility are not dampening longtime market strategist Richard Bernstein's view that share prices will keep rising, even though the nine-year U.S. economic expansion has reached its late stages.
Guggenheim's Minerd says high corporate debt bodes ill for U.S. economy
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Guggenheim Partners Global Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd warned on Monday that the U.S. economy is on a collision course due to excessive corporate debt and said he has prepared by buying higher credit-quality investments.
Hedge funds resume attack on sterling as Brexit fears mount: McGeever
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Rabobank explores sale of U.S. retail, wealth operations: sources
(Reuters) - Dutch cooperative lender Rabobank is exploring the sale of its retail and wealth management operations in the United States in a deal that could top $1 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
Citron's Left makes U-turn and now sees value in China
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Andrew Left, whose Citron Research has published critical reports on Chinese companies and profited when their shares dropped, is now making a contrarian call by going long on some.
Citron's Left calls Tilray surge its 'worst day ever' in market
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Andrew Left, one of Wall Street's most prominent short-sellers, said Tilray Inc gave his firm its "worst day ever in the market" two months ago when its shares almost doubled in one session, but he remains bearish on the Canadian cannabis company.
Sustainable investing's secret weapon: Public pensions
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CBS anchor Jeff Glor's first detour was through dentistry
NEW YORK (Reuters) - If you think you have big shoes to fill at work, take a moment to consider Jeff Glor.
Foreigners sold Asian equities in October on worries over trade, slowing growth
(Reuters) - Foreign investors sold Asian equities heavily in October on concerns over slowing earnings, higher U.S. interest rates and trade tensions between the United States and China.