ECB Easing May Not Be Done Yet, Says Edmond de Rothschild AM
EXCLUSIVE: Investors may consider the ECB's stimulus moves finished for a while but Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management believes the central bank still has more room to ease.
Fed to Buy More Treasurys in Effort to Avoid Funding-Market Strains
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank will soon increase its purchases of short-term Treasury securities.
Trump to Curb Use of Federal Guidance in Issuing Regulations
President Trump is planning to sign a pair of executive orders meant to limit the use of a tool that the administration argues circumvents the federal rule-making process, according to administration officials.
Värde Partners Sets Up Insurance Venture With Former Apollo, Aflac Executives
Värde Partners is set to become the latest private-equity firm to expand into the insurance industry.
Robinhood Joins the Online Cash War
Robinhood Markets plans to offer a new higher-yielding cash account, in a bid to grow from its commission-free trading roots as bigger rivals scrap trading fees.
James River Group to Cancel Auto Insurance for Uber Affiliate Rasier
James River Group Holdings said it delivered a notice of early cancellation of all insurance policies issued to Rasier, its largest customer.
ETF Firms Hit by E-Broker Price War
Exchange-traded fund providers, such as BlackRock, have also been hit by fallout from the e-broker price war, which escalated in the days after Schwab's decision to cut commissions to zero.
Fed Adds $76.4 Billion to Financial System in Latest Repo Transaction
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York added $76.35 billion to the financial system Tuesday, using the market for repurchase agreements to relieve funding pressure in money markets.
The Real Problem Central Bankers Face: The Rest of Us
Economic theory has taken central banks to the upside-down world of negative rates. Psychology is leading them to an even odder conclusion: perhaps the Federal Reserve needs to teach people to behave as the economic models require.
Pickup in Lending Won't Save Banks From Tough Quarter
Loans are still growing decently for big U.S. banks, but that is small comfort against the backdrop of sharply falling rates.