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Here's How Every Major Asset Class Has Performed So Far In 2014

From Deutsche Bank's "The House View" slide deck comes this chart of the winners and losers of the market in 2014 to date. The colored bars are year-to-date total returns, while the black diamonds are returns since September 18, the pre-sell-off peak. Show More Summary

Woman's Nosebleeds Turn Out to Be Something Totally Horrifying

Post by Adriana Velez. Sometimes a common ailment isn't what it seems. Case in point: A Scottish woman named Daniela Liverani recently returned from a vacation in Asia with a persistent nosebleed. She thought it was from a motorcycle crash she'd been in on her trip. Show More Summary

Did The Clintons Use Charity Dollars For Political Purposes?

With news that the Clinton Foundation's travel expenses have spiked significantly after Hillary Clinton's post-State Department return to the group, accounting for as much as 10% of the organization's total spending, the America Rising PAC is calling for the foundation to release records addressing their spending practices. Show More Summary

Arian Foster is 'day-to-day,' Mike Mitchell is banned from Twitter, and other NFL news

Elsewhere, Giovani Bernard returns to practice. The Houston Texans' offense ranks squarely in the middle of the league in terms of both total yards and scoring. Naturally, when a key cog like All-Pro running back Arian Foster misses time because of injury, the unit is going to struggle. Show More Summary

‘Days Of Our Lives’ Spoilers: Eileen Davidson Returning As Villain Kristen DiMera

The latest Days of Our Lives spoilers are good news for fans who have missed Eileen Davidson and her iconic character, Kristen DiMera. The 55-year-old actress portrayed DiMera for a total of six years spanning the mid 1990s and most recently in 2012 and 2013. Show More Summary

BBRG TV: Breaking Down 1.5 Billion Bonus Pool at Pimco

Pimco paid its former CEO Bill Gross a bonus of about $290 million in 2013, a year in which his Total Return Fund trailed a majority of peers, according to documents provided to Bloomberg View by someone with knowledge of Pimco’s bonus policies. Bloomberg’s Bloomberg View Columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” His opinions...Read More

A.M. Funds Roundup: State Street Under Scutiny; Total Return Cuts Treasurys

Links to the best reading in fund investing State Street‘s dealings with Ohio pension under scrutiny about lobbyist role — Saabira Chaudhuri, Dan Fitzpatrick and Jean Eaglesham, Wall Street Journal Commodity index funds suffered $17 billion in withdrawals this year — Neil Hume, Financial Times Stocks’ rally boosts giving to tax-deductible donor-advised funds — Liz [...]

Pimco Total Return Fund Decreases U.S. Government Holdings In October

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Pimco Total Return Fund, whose long-time manager Bill Gross unexpectedly departed on Sept. 26, ended October with a slight decrease in U.S. government-related holdings and a slight increase in mortgages, the first full month under the portfolio's new three-person management team. Show More Summary

GE Is Beginning To See Strong Returns On Its Industrial Internet Investments

By 2020, the total technology spend on industrial Internet is estimated to reach $514 billion, and the value created by the industrial Internet is estimated to rise to nearly $1.3 trillion which translates to a return on investment of around 150%. Show More Summary

HBO's Media-Focused Drama "The Newsroom" Returns for a Riveting Final Season - Ed Martin

The third and final season of HBO's The Newsroom begins on Sunday. It's an abbreviated run with a total of only six new episodes before the end. If the second three are as entertaining as the first, second and third, which HBO provided...Show More Summary

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