Global currency funds notch wins amid coronavirus volatility

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Global currency fund managers racked up gains in the first quarter as they benefited from the extreme volatility that the coronavirus pandemic has stoked across... Read more »

Coronavirus fiscal fallout on U.S. muni issuers worries investors

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Investors in the U.S. municipal bond market are growing increasingly worried over the ability of states, cities and other debt issuers to weather the financial fallout... Read more »

Some U.S. direct payments will take months to reach Americans: congressional panel

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Americans should start receiving direct payments from the U.S. government in mid-April to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic, but some may not see the... Read more »

Bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach bets stocks March lows to be surpassed in April

FILE PHOTO: Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine Capital LP, presents during the 2019 Sohn Investment Conference in New York City, U.S., May 6, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (Reuters) – Bond investor... Read more »

YOUR MONEY: How to apply past financial lessons to today’s coronavirus crisis

NEW YORK (Reuters) – When the world feels like it is ending, it can be comforting to look to history and see that such global convulsions have happened before... Read more »

Your Money: Coronavirus fears shake Yale economist Robert Shiller

NEW YORK (Reuters) – In scary times like these, it is comforting to talk to someone who has seen and studied a lot of things – booms, busts, and... Read more »

Musicians give free online concerts to beat coronavirus

BERLIN (Reuters) – Bans on mass gatherings introduced to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic might have been expected to deal a death blow to musical life, but... Read more »

Your Money: Fed’s surprise cut is a cure for mortgage rate envy

NEW YORK (Reuters) – When Kristin Tassi bought her house in Chicago two years ago, she was disappointed to get an interest rate of 4% on her mortgage. All... Read more »

Your Money: Five useful money moves you can do instead of panic

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Spoiler alert: None of the useful things you can do about your money right now involve your 401(k). FILE PHOTO: A trader works on the... Read more »

Presidential hopeful Bloomberg proposes new taxes, protections to rein in Wall Street

NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg on Tuesday outlined a sweeping financial services policy proposal to rein in Wall Street trading, boost consumer protections, increase... Read more »