- Even after its best quarterly performance in nearly 30 years, the gold trade continues to look bright. “There's still some upside scope to go.”
- Citigroup lays out the limits of robo-advice. The competition is real, but the robos will not replace human advisers.
- The New York pension fund that's investing $7 million in Ireland's businesses. “Northern Ireland is on the move.”
- Your tax dollars at work. The U.S. State Department has issued a special warning for unattractive people. The latest example of why bureaucrats shouldn't try to be clever.
- Happy April Fool's Day. There's nothing in your coffee, honest.
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