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Funds Roundup: TIAA CREF’s Nuveen Deal; Beyond Junk

A linkfest of the best reading (and viewing) in fund investing: A storied junk-bond fund moves beyond junk. — Amy Feldman, Barrons.com A standard for brokers’ investment advice is taking shape, and some investor advocates say the talks have taken a worrying turn. — Daisy Maxey, Wall Street Journal Reuters How a Goldman fund hurdled [...]
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