Venture Investor on What It Takes to Succeed in Defense Tech 
 

Go slow and get to know your customer, says Franklin Venture Partners' James Cross.


 
Traders Are Betting More Aggressively Ahead of Economic Data 
 

Many bond traders now feel they know which way the central bank and the economy are headed, along with how new data will shift markets.


 
Is Your 401(k) Destroying Capitalism? 
 

Target-date funds and other passive investments are attracting the ire of some fund managers. Is there a better mousetrap?


 
Nvidia's Surge Stokes Talk of a Bubble 
 

The chip maker's meteoric advance has helped push the stock market to record highs. It also has some on Wall Street saying the "B word."


 
Financial Services Roundup: Market Talk 
 

The latest Market Talks covering Financial Services.


 
Step Aside, ESG. BlackRock Is Doing 'Transition Investing' Now. 
 

The world's biggest asset manager has abandoned the acronym while pumping billions of dollars into clean energy.


 
U.K. pension funds to disclose domestic investment as London stock market falters 
 

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt on Saturday said U.K. pensions will have to disclose how much they have invested domestically, in a move meant to boost the faltering U.K. stock market.


 
Chinese Gangs Use Cryptocurrencies to Launder Billions 
 

Some of the money has been raised from helping supply drugs to the U.S. or scamming American victims.


 
Signs of Trouble at Regional Banks Reignite Sector Fears 
 

New York Community Bancorp shares fell 26% as the bank's credit rating was cut to junk.


 
Gunvor Unit to Pay $661 Million After Pleading Guilty in Bribery Scheme 
 

The U.S. Justice Department said that Gunvor SA was charged with conspiring to bribe officials of Ecuador's state-owned oil company in order to obtain contracts to buy oil products.


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