Articles tagged "Stephen Huxley"


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How interest rates have rolled since the first Thanksgiving and why the 'new normal' under Yellen seems destined to last

The Pilgrims probably paid 12-18% to finance their new lives (lucky for us they took the risk)

November 28, 2013 — 4:53 AM UTC

Why the Moody's downgrades of big banks may say more about Moody's than the banks

The risk of default remains fairly negligible; the same can't be said for Moody's brand risk in the wake of its misses in 2008

June 27, 2012 — 4:16 AM UTC

Should you Christmas-shop the market? It turns out there's a seasonality to finance, too

The last three months of the year historically bring the biggest market gains, but volatility remains high

December 16, 2010 — 1:52 PM UTC

'Dying banker's last instructions' article in New York Times sends book sales soaring for two DFA advisors/authors

When Gordon Murray was given six months to live, he and Dan Goldie set to work

November 29, 2010 — 4:45 AM UTC

The cost of waiting for interest rates to rise

The unforeseen pitfalls of “staying short” with your client’s fixed income allocation

September 10, 2010 — 4:13 AM UTC
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