U.S. CEOs Make The Most Globally

It pays to be a chief executive officer in the United States, according to a new report revealing that the pay gap between U.S. CEOs and their employees is larger than in any other country. Related: How the Rich Get Rich: These Tech CEOs Are Making Bank The U.S. CEOs of the top publicly traded companies… Please follow and like us:

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4 Warning Signs Investors Shouldn’t Ignore

A clear and undeniable warning sign of market madness to come presaged “Black Monday,” the calamitous, if now somewhat off-the-radar, crash of Oct. 19, 1987, when the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 22%. It was the largest single-day drop in Wall Street history. Alas, the powerful message of a terrifying four hours in the market nine… Please follow and like us:

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Tokyo’s Nikkei stock index closes at 21-year high

Tokyo’s benchmark stock index closed at a more than two-decade high Wednesday, as the Japanese market rides a global equities rally with its US counterparts hitting fresh records. The Nikkei 225 rose 0.28 percent, or 57.76 points, to end at 20,881.27, its best finish since December 1996. The Japanese market closed at levels last seen the… Please follow and like us:

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Passive Investing Giants Defend Themselves Against Charges Of Being “Evil”

Passive Investing Giants Defend Themselves Against Charges Of Being “Evil” Are passive investors good stewards of corporate responsibility? A widely read Atlantic article, cited by a corporate governance panel at the Morningstar ETF Conference in Chicago, wondered aloud if passive investors “are evil.” Not so say representatives from passive goliaths Vanguard Group, Blackrock Inc and State Street Global Advisors. As passive investing is growing at historic… Please follow and like us:

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