Philanthropy holds immense promise in the 21st century. Global giving is growing and gaining visibility, creating opportunities never seen before. Recent years have seen a marked and promising change — giving wealthy individuals, families and corporations the opportunity to give more, to do it more strategically and to increase the impact of their social investments.
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Bond market volatility is on the verge of a comeback, according to Sit Investment Associates’ Bryce Doty. On CNBC’s “Futures Now,” Doty predicted the 10-year Treasury yield won’t stay under 3 percent much longer. “It’s going to be kind of turbulent,” the senior portfolio manager said Tuesday. “I’m still expecting some more white-knuckle moments.” Doty
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Media and telecommunications stocks shot higher in extended trading Tuesday after a federal judge ruled in AT&T’s favor on its $85 billion deal to acquire of Time Warner. Time Warner shares traded more than 5 percent higher in aftermarket trading. The widely anticipated ruling comes amid pent-up interest in forging combinations across the entertainment and
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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell on Tuesday: Shares of Time Warner surged more than 4 percent in extended trading, after a federal judge approved a proposed takeover by AT&T. U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon imposed no conditions on the $85.4 billion deal, which the U.S. Department of Justice sued to
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Daniel Kahneman, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, said Tuesday financial advisors still play a major role in the finance world — despite recent technological disruptions in the industry — as they act as therapists for investors. As an advisor, you have to find out “what the client’s needs are, what the client’s capabilities are in terms
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Millennials are going all-in when it comes to using exchange-traded funds in their investment portfolios. In fact, almost everyone — 96 percent — who responded to a recent Charles Schwab survey said they considered the passive index-tracking securities “a necessary part” of their investment strategy, and 91 percent said ETFs are their “investment vehicle of
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The U.S. Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday voted to approve Richard Clarida and Michelle Bowman as Federal Reserve governors, sending their nominations to the full senate for a confirmation vote. The Republican-controlled committee advanced Clarida’s nomination 20-5 and Bowman’s 18-7. Seven of the panel’s 12 Democrats backed Clarida and five voted in favor of Bowman.
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