- The role of exchange-traded funds in the market chaos that erupted on Aug. 24 remains a big focus at the SEC. Good or bad? Chairwoman Mary Jo White: 'You'll see us boring into that.'
- Inflation, inflation, inflation. It's in the headlines but it's also like waiting for Godot This Fed governor is worried about too-low inflation. And here's what Goldman Sachs is forecasting for rate hikes next year.
- News on the commodities front isn't getting any better and if you're invested in commodities, you could be in for a long slog. Two years to go to match the average commodities slide over the last 50 years.
- Looking for ways to boost your stock portfolio performance? But market timing is bad, isn't it?
- What part of the country do you hail from? Here's what your part of America eats on Thanksgiving.
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