domingo, 2 de outubro de 2016

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL-Sam Wyly to Pay $198.1 Million to Settle SEC Legal Battle


Among Seniors, Clinton Grows More Appealing

The latest Wall Street Journal poll shows Hillary Clinton luring seniors, the country’s most reliable voters, toward her Democratic party and away from their usual support for the Republicans. in a day

Report of Trump’s Big Loss Intensifies Focus on Returns

A new report showing Donald Trump recorded a $916 million loss on his 1995 tax return will focus more attention on his business practices and his refusal to release any recent federal tax filings. 682in a day

Why the Bond Bulls Will Keep Running

The fourth quarter will likely bring continued strength for bond prices, many portfolio managers say. in a day

Sam Wyly to Pay $198.1 Million to Settle SEC Legal Battle

Texas businessman Samuel E. Wyly has agreed to pay $198.1 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission, bringing to a close a yearslong cat-and-mouse legal battle. in 17 hours

Pope Francis to Tread a Fine Line in Azerbaijan

Pope Francis arrived in the former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan on the last leg of his trip through a fragile and often volatile region. in a day

U.K.’s May Sets Exit Timeline

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would trigger the formal process for Britain’s exit from the EU by the end of March, setting in motion the U.K.’s severing of its more than 40-year-old ties to the a day

Asian Firms Muscle In on Region’s Oil Patch as Big Companies Retreat

As some of the world’s biggest oil companies pull back from Asia, they’re paving the way for local rivals to take a bigger a day

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