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Bank of America Corp. rose in New York trading after setting a $1.5 billion goal for its sale of China Construction Bank Corp. shares, a deal that will end an eight-year investment in the Chinese lender. more
The Matchmaker Fair scheduled for Oct. 4 in Warwick could also be called “speed dating for small business,” said Mark S. Hayward, Rhode Island district director for the U.S. Small Business Administration. more
Ahh, the joys of self-employment – being your own boss, setting your own hours, doing what you like, and, oh yes, establishing a life-long bond with your accountant. Being self-employed also means being responsible for a wide range of critical tax-related duties. more
Hedge funds are a polarizing topic across the country, but the Rhode Island state pension system’s investment in them at a time of major benefit cuts has drawn a backlash. University of Rhode Island finance professor Gordon H. Dash has researched hedge funds, hedge-fund forecasting and the use of neuroscience to inform hedge-fund investing. He teaches students the principals behind hedge funds and this year is organizing URI’s first student-run hedge fund. more
Over the past three decades, interest rates have steadily declined. Now that rates are finally rising, bond as well as equity investors should be wary of certain areas in the markets. Investors must be aware that rising interest-rate pain is not limited to long-term bonds. There are a number of sectors in your portfolio that can be negatively affected by rising interest rates. more
Bank Systems & Technology has named James Gifas, executive vice president and head of treasury solutions for RBS Citizens, to the financial industry publication’s 2013 “Elite 8.” more
TD Bank has chosen a banking industry veteran to take over its Rhode Island and Boston metro south market. Kevin F. Malone has been named TD Bank market president for Boston, southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. more
Gold has been the most talked-about investment and was the place to be for nearly 12 years. It moved from $250 per ounce to more than $1,900 per ounce while the stock market gyrated on its roller coaster ride. When investing in gold you could not go wrong. Then something happened. more
(Updated, 1:05 p.m.) Washington Trust Bancorp Inc., parent company of The Washington Trust Co., reported first-quarter net income of $7.4 million, or 45 cents per diluted share, on Monday, a decline of 12.1 percent from the first three months of 2012. more
PROVIDENCE – Protesters unhappy with the state’s ultimately doomed investment in 38 Studios LLC urged Rhode Island leaders last week to default on the money the state owes for the deal, The Associated Press reported. more
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