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Apollo closed its merger with Athene Holdings in January. Athene is expected to launch a variable annuity later this year that will let everyday investors back Apollo funds.

President Joe Biden on Sunday praised the ongoing unity of the global alliance against Russia. “We’ve got to make sure we have us all staying together."

If the yield drops below 3%, it is probably a sign of more declines on the way. That decline is what the stock market wants to see.

Long a powerhouse, Nike's stock has been pummeled this year. The earnings report is a chance for the athletic giant to settle the score after its recent selloff.

The two stocks have been touted by analysts as safer picks amid the market's general turmoil, and slowing demand for semiconductors.

The early case for the mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccines was that the adaptability of the technology meant they could be updated to match the virus as it evolved.

The failure to pay interest on loans in dollars and euros largely is symbolic for now. The country has the money, but Western sanctions are preventing the transactions from going through.

Messaging from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and moderating economic data have helped stocks stage a u-turn amid fears over recession and rate hikes.


A slice of the American Dream is disappearing for a growing number of would-be homeowners who are being squeezed out of the housing market.

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Investors can ignore GameStop, but the trends that put $GME at the center of the stock market are here to stay.

Which international market do you think has the best opportunities for investors? Take the poll below, or tell us by replying to this tweet. Sponsored by @BofAPrivateBank 

New York City’s battle with coronavirus--and the financial implications of such--is emblematic of the one that many states and cities across the country soon will be facing as unemployment surges and tax revenues drop.

The Covid-19 pandemic has cast a harsh light on the inadequacies of the U.S. caregiving system and the enormous emotional and economic burden on families—and ultimately the economy—bringing the fight against Alzheimer’s to an inflection point.

That’s due to a historic run-up in home prices, a recent surge in mortgage rates, and a stubbornly low inventory of available homes.

As home listings dwindled, the median asking price for a home advanced twice as fast as median income did from February 2019 to February 2022, according to a @realtordotcom  analysis. Home price growth outstripped income growth in many of the nation’s most populated metros.

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In Austin, Texas, only 6% of homes are affordable to the median household; in 2019, that share was 26%. That’s despite a 16.7% estimated increase in median income.

3. A $500 billion corporate relief fund: $425 billion is set aside for the Federal Reserve to leverage into loans to distressed companies, and $75 billion is available for hard-hit industries, like travel and leisure companies.

6. Aid to the health-care system: $100 billion to help hospitals, doctors, and nurses fight against the coronavirus outbreak and almost $20 billion to stockpile medical equipment.