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The Federal Reserve said it will analyze in its annual stress tests how 33 large banks, including Bank of America Corp. and JPMorgan Chase & Co., would withstand a severe global recession, a doubling of the U.S. unemployment rate to 10 percent and moderate deflation. more
Sandra J. Pattie fights a constant battle against the perception of the banking industry as being a conservative, stodgy group of paper pushers. "Banking today is very dynamic, offering opportunities in consultative sales roles, technical … more
Turmoil returned to financial markets as oil plunged past $27 a barrel, the Dow Jones Industrial Average sank 550 points and global equities approached a bear market that is fueling a rush into haven assets. more
New year, same fears. Except now they’re hitting all at once. For U.S. stocks it’s meant the worst start since the financial crisis, while volatility in Europe has exploded to levels not seen in a decade. more
BlackRock Inc.’s cash-management business has agreed to manage about $87 billion in assets for Bank of America Corp. clients as it seeks to build scale in an industry grappling with money-market fund regulations. more
CEO (or equivalent): Jeff Allain, president 2015 Revenue: $679,259 2013 Revenue: $208,781 Revenue growth: 225% Pawtucket-based New Economy CPA helps entrepreneurs reach their fullest potential. … more
Rhode Island's college-savings 529 plan has changed. How does it look? In 2015, Rhode Island selected a new investment firm and program administrator to run the state's college-savings 529 plan. The transition was completed in July 2016. … more
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said the U.S. central bank’s failure to get back to a strategy of gradual rate increases may threaten the ongoing U.S. economic recovery. more
In a lot of ways, traditional pensions are much better than the so-called defined contribution plans -- mostly 401(k)s -- that have largely replaced them in the U.S. private sector. more
Why are markets and the media so obsessed with the timing of the Federal Reserve's next interest-rate increase? The sheer intensity of their attention, I think, reveals a deeper problem: They don't understand what the Fed is ultimately trying to achieve. more
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