The stock market is having a nightmare start to 2016 and it’s all the Fed’s fault

The stock market is having a nightmare start to 2016 and it’s all the Fed’s fault

REUTERS/Joshua RobertsUS Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen. So far, 2016 has been a nightmare for stocks. In the first five trading days of the year the benchmark S&P 500 fell about 6%, its worst ever five-day start to a year. This was also the index’s … Continue reading at businessinsider.com

Federal-Mogul Motorparts Announces Partnership with M1 Concourse

Southfield, Mich., Jan. 9, 2016 – Federal-Mogul Motorparts, a division of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ:FDML) and M1 Concourse, Michigan’s highly anticipated automotive enthusiast destination, today announced they have forged a robust … Continue reading at nasdaq.com

The stock market is having a nightmare start to 2016 and its all the Feds fault

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Americans lag in retirement savings, but Millennials are leading the way

American workers are increasingly putting more money away for retirement, with Millennials far outpacing other age groups in improving their retirement savings. That's a key conclusion from a new Fidelity Investments survey released on Thursday. Continue reading at csmonitor.com

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Stocks are still expensive -- here’s why: Trader

Turmoil in the global markets sent U.S. equities tumbling this week, with the S&P 500 Index and Dow Jones industrial average posting their worst beginning to a year in history and shaving trillions off major equity indexes. Despite a sell-off that sent the … Continue reading at cnbc.com

This wireless exec turned senator is leading the fight for workers of the Uber economy

Capitalism has been very good to US Sen. Mark Warner. As a VC and early investor in wireless technology, he helped start the company that became Nextel, invested in hundreds of other startups, and has an estimated net worth over $ 200 million. But the … Continue reading at businessinsider.com

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Facing U.S. storm, VW set for easier ride in Europe on emissions scandal

BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – Volkswagen is unlikely to face U.S.-style fines in Europe over its emissions scandal because of a softer regulatory regime and its home country Germany’s determination to protect its car industry, EU sources and legal experts say. Continue reading at news.yahoo.com

On The Move

Sarah Halliday was promoted to market president for Albany and the Capital Region. Halliday has 23 years of banking industry experience and previously served as middle market group manager. Mark Stellwag was promoted to market president for the Hudson Valley. Continue reading at sfgate.com

The stock market is having a nightmare start to 2016 and its all the Feds fault

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Chipotle faces class action lawsuit from investors

NEW YORK, Jan. 9 (UPI) –Chipotle Mexican Grill has been accused of providing misleading information to investors in a class action lawsuit filed Friday. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court by New York-based investor Susie Ong, states the troubled chain … Continue reading at upi.com

Citigroup pegged to do heavy lifting as banks begin earnings season

Earnings season ramps up as major banks begin reporting results, but Citigroup Inc. will be of particular interest since it's expected to do most of the heavy lifting for earnings growth in the financial sector. The S&P 500 financial sector is expected … Continue reading at marketwatch.com

Meet 3 researchers looking to transform energy

Far left: Sam Brinton, top right: Sonja Francis, bottom right: Christophe Jospe (Photo: USA TODAY photos) The world’s leading nations -- and some of its richest business leaders -- propose investing billions of dollars to find technology that can … Continue reading at usatoday.com

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