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Today β€” January 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

Goldman Sachs’s Tactic in Malaysian Fraud Case: Smear an Ex-Partner

By MATTHEW GOLDSTEIN, EMILY FLITTER and KATE KELLY

The investment bank is campaigning to convince the authorities that a former partner, Tim Leissner, was a master con man — and that is how the bank became ensnared in a vast fraud.

5 Pieces of Advice From John Bogle

By AMIE TSANG

The founder of Vanguard, who died on Wednesday, changed how ordinary people invested. Here are some of his tips.

Yesterday β€” January 16th 2019Your RSS feeds

Best Credit Card for Travelers? Probably Not One From an Airline

By ZACH WICHTER

Airline cards offer free checked bags and priority boarding. But general-use cards with travel perks are often a better choice, an analysis found.

Expecting a Huge Payout, Investment Banker Loses His New Job Instead

By DAVID ENRICH and EMILY FLITTER

Andrea Orcel, Europe’s most famous investment banker, was poised to become the new chief executive of Santander. But the bank refused to pay him compensation earned at his previous post.

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White House Considering Indra Nooyi to Head World Bank

By ANNIE KARNI

The former PepsiCo chief executive has been courted by Ivanka Trump, who is helping lead the search for a new World Bank president.

Market Turmoil Hurt Citi’s Revenue as ’18 Ended, Signaling Possible Trouble

By EMILY FLITTER

The first of the largest United States banks to report earnings for last year’s fourth quarter warned that Fed policy and the trade war between the United States and China were creating new risks.

The Exclusive That Wasn’t? Publication Retracts Moonves Interview

By EDMUND LEE

Agenda, a news service owned by The Financial Times, published an interview with someone claiming to be Mr. Moonves shortly after he was fired as chief executive of CBS.

The Shutdown Isn’t the Only Threat to the Economy

By SHEILA C. BAIR and GAURAV VASISHT

The bond market reveals a growing crack in the financial system, but regulators are not doing enough to make sure that banks are prepared.

How to Dodge a Market Dip That Threatens Your Retirement

By TARA SIEGEL BERNARD

The recent volatility in the stock market can make older investors feel vulnerable. Here are some strategies to make sure your money lasts as long as you do.

DealBook: Flipping the Economics of Paying for Education, Because They’re Upside Down

By ANDREW ROSS SORKIN

Income Sharing Agreements are gaining the attention of higher education and Wall Street. One early success story is getting a boost from venture capital.

Stocks Climb as Investors Look to China-U.S. Trade Talks

By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON and AMIE TSANG

Investors have grown worried about the potential economic impact of the trade war. Progress on talks between the United States and China could be a catalyst for more gains.

China Pours $218 Billion Into the Economy as Growth Slows

By ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

The Chinese central bank’s move is intended to send a signal that Beijing is ready to stem a slowdown that has darkened the global outlook.

E.C.B. Takes Reins of Italian Bank to Prevent Wider Crisis

By JACK EWING

Europe’s central bank took control of troubled Banca Carige, an unprecedented step to manage risk as Italy’s political and economic woes continue.

Trump Renews Attack on Fed as Mnuchin Tries to Calm Markets

By ALAN RAPPEPORT

An attempt by Steven Mnuchin to calm jittery markets did little to stop volatility.

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