As insurance giant American International Group (NYSE:AIG) continues to downsize after its near collapse during the 2008 financial crisis, the FOX Business Network has learned at least one section of the financial services giant appears safe from a potential sale: The company’s SunAmerica mutual fund unit.
The famed fund manager is still picking stocks despite divorcing from his longtime firm.
Some U.S. mutual funds are boosting their performance with relatively big bets on private companies.
We asked experts if it's time to shake up your investment mix. See what they said.
Brexit pushed trading transactions at Fidelity's mobile unit to the second highest on record.
Here’s a primer for U.S. investors looking to understand how the Brexit vote may impact their portfolios.
Global financial markets are bracing for 3
Small caps companies may finally be coming into their own and that's good news for the U.S.
Ladies and gentlemen, the middle-class household that the United States was built upon is slowly, but continuously, disappearing before our eyes.
If a mutual fund had a younger cousin, it would be an exchange traded fund (ETF).
A Big Mac, fries and a Coke seems to be what investors are craving these days along with a bag of Doritos and a smoke.
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“Houston, we have a problem”….
While Bernie Madoff serves the remainder of his 150 year prison sentence, his 20,000 victims are attempting to rebuild their lives.
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So far, January has been a bust for global investors: In just four days, $1.6 trillion in market value was destroyed, according to the S&P Global 1200, which tracks 70% of worldwide market capitalization.
Stocks had a so-so year in 2015 with two of the major indexes, the S&P 500 and Dow finishing flat to down, respectively. So, you’d think it would be a perfect time for active mutual fund managers to shine, but that’s not what happened.
Year-end cannot come soon enough for the world's largest retailer and its investors.