- Investor's Business Daily•3 hours ago
The heads of top global companies have been more candid about mounting global dread, going beyond the usual euphemisms.
- Reuters•9 hours ago
Big U.S. brokerages are redefining the term "wealthy" in their pursuit of ever-richer clients to prop up margins eroded by historically low interest rates and growing regulatory burdens. Brokerages owned by Morgan Stanley, Bank of America Corp and Wells Fargo & Co have been using new incentives and penalties to push financial advisers to bring in more multi-millionaires and whittle down smaller accounts. Clients with less than $750,000 are now considered "mass affluent," meaning they may not get the same service as top customers because their financial needs are simpler, said Kendra Thompson, who heads the wealth and asset management division of consulting firm Accenture.
|Bid||28.79 x 3700|
|Ask||28.80 x 8200|
|52wk Range||21.16 - 39.35|
|Day's Range||28.59 - 29.01|
|Avg Vol (3m)||14,836,353|
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