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Taper threat triggering global debt fallout

Plus: SEC targets advisers; hedging with gold mining stocks; new muni bond math

Nov 12, 2013 @ 7:38 am

By Jeff Benjamin

Treasuries are shaping up as the world's biggest losers as taper prospects loom larger. Yields climb to eight-week high

German Bunds are tracking the weaker Treasuries. Other euro zone bonds also soft

The muni bond market could see some real fallout from last week's gubernatorial and mayoral elections. A central pillar of muni credit analysis

Hey, financial advisers, SEC examiners are “gunning for you.” The latest from Schwab Impact

Pimco's El-Erian breaks down the accidental power of modern-day central bankers. Quasi-dominant policymaking position

Five gold mining stocks eyed by hedge funds if the dollar falls. An inverse trading move

Athlete IPO plan pulls a hammy. When your investment suffers a concussion

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