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How Detroit moved on from its legendary bankruptcy

A new wave of development is rippling through downtown Detroit."Walking around Detroit in 2008 or 2009 is not the same as walking around in 2022," said Ramy Habib, a local entrepreneur. "It is absolutely magnificent what happened throughout those 15 years."Between 2010 and 2019, just 708 new housing structures

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What this ‘play the recovery’ strategy says about the hot bond market’s future

A recent trend in the exchange-traded funds market suggests bond demand is far from cooling.Corporate, government and high-yield bond ETFs saw inflows last month after lower bond prices and higher yields contributed to the deceleration of fund outflows in May.Andrew McOrmond of WallachBeth Capital, an institutional execution service provider,

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Market jump after Fed rate hike is a ‘trap,’ Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson warns investors

Morgan Stanley is urging investors to resist putting their money to work in stocks despite the market's post-Fed-decision jump.Mike Wilson, the firm's chief U.S. equity strategist and chief investment officer, said he believes Wall Street's excitement over the idea that interest rate hikes may slow sooner than expected is

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Top Federal Reserve officials say they misread inflation and now plan to correct the course

Top officials at the Federal Reserve were seeing inflation data come in very hot for months before policymakers moved to wind down monetary policies that were stimulating the economy.A chorus of analysts, economists and former policymakers have chimed in, saying that was a mistake."The forward guidance, overall, slowed the

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Stock futures slip after Wednesday’s session as Wall Street awaits bank earnings

Stock futures slipped Wednesday night as traders look ahead to earnings from major U.S. banks.Dow Jones Industrial Average futures shed 117 points, or 0.38%. S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures were down 0.41% and 0.47%, respectively.Stocks slipped during Wednesday's session after June inflation data came in hotter than expected,

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This type of ETF is seeing near-record inflows — but will it keep paying dividends?

It's a type of ETF seeing near-record inflows.New data shows dividend exchange-traded funds totaled almost $50 billion in fresh money in the first half of 2022, according to Todd Rosenbluth of VettaF, a financial services company."We recently did a survey of advisors at VettaFi, and dividend strategies were most

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Wrong time to get bullish: Top investor warns deflating tech ‘bubble’ far from over

The recent tech rally may be doomed.Money manager Dan Suzuki of Richard Bernstein Advisors warns the market is far from bottoming — and it's a concept investors fail to grasp, particularly when it comes to growth, technology and innovation names."The two certainties in this world of uncertainty today is

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The S&P 500 just had its worst first half in more than 50 years, which ‘stressed’ this classic investment strategy

Stock trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.Spencer Platt | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesThe S&P 500 Index, a barometer of U.S. stocks, just had its worst first half of the year going back over 50 years.The index fell 20.6% in the past six months,

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This common money move costs retirement savers $45.5 billion in investment fees, earnings over 25 years

andresr | E+ | Getty ImagesIRA rollovers are common for job switchers, retireesInvestors rolled $516.7 billion from workplace plans into traditional IRAs in 2018, the latest year for which data is available. That's nearly 28 times more money than as contributed to traditional IRAs that year.A Pew survey from

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