U.S. money market assets decreased in latest week: iMoneyNet

NEW YORK, June 10 (Reuters) – U.S. money market fund assets decreased by $24.84 billion to $4.668 trillion in the week ended June 9, the Money Fund Report said on Wednesday. Taxable money market fund assets decreased by $24.31 billion to $4.534 trillion, while tax-free assets decreased by $530.30 million Continue Reading

US money market assets increased in latest week: iMoneyNet

NEW YORK, May 13 (Reuters) – U.S. money market fund assets increased by $26.28 billion to $4.716 trillion in the week ended May 12, the Money Fund Report said on Wednesday. Taxable money market fund assets increased by $27.02 billion to $4.581 trillion, while tax-free assets decreased by $740.60 million Continue Reading

Your Money: Stimulus check confusion? Common questions, answered

NEW YORK (Reuters) – In a little over a year, when Americans file their 2020 tax returns, much of what is going on with coronavirus-linked stimulus payments will finally add up. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: U.S. currency is seen in this picture illustration taken March 6, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Segar/Illustration Until Continue Reading

Your Money: Coronavirus fears shake Yale economist Robert Shiller

NEW YORK (Reuters) – In scary times like these, it is comforting to talk to someone who has seen and studied a lot of things – booms, busts, and everything in between. FILE PHOTO: Robert J. Shiller, Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University attends a session at the annual Continue Reading

Fallout from money manager Kenneth Fisher’s remarks tops $1 billion in lost assets

BOSTON (Reuters) – Fallout from Kenneth Fisher’s alleged insensitive remarks about women escalated on Friday when a large Iowa pension plan cut ties with the money manager, whose firm has lost more than $1 billion in assets under management in the last week. The Iowa Public Employees’ Retirement System was Continue Reading

Your Money: Big companies explore virtual care to curb healthcare costs

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Big companies are increasing incorporating virtual technology and care options into employee benefit plans to combat the rising healthcare costs that long been corporate America’s bugaboo, according to the annual survey of the National Business Group on Health. FILE PHOTO: Nurse Health Practitioner Rachelle Quimpo (C) Continue Reading