- The atrophy of the manufacturing sector as commodity prices wane is wreaking havoc on a number of advanced economies. More currency depreciation needed ASAP
- Gold investors can thank the Fed's dovish stance. The natural inverse relationship between the dollar and gold
- Losing $667 million the old-fashioned way, by relying on human bond traders for pricing. Time for a lot less phone and a lot more keyboard
- What funds are in your 401(k) plan? Morningstar pulls back the curtain to show what kind of options are available to employees of the fund-tracking company. Low fees are a clear priority
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Plus: Gold investors got a gift from the Fed, human bond traders are costing investors big bucks, and Morningstar unveils its 401(k) plan menu
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