Citigroup to pay $30 million for selectively releasing report

BOSTON, Oct. 3 (UPI) -- Massachusetts authorities said Citigroup Inc. would pay a $30 million fine for handing out a report on an Apple Inc. supplier before it was made public.

JPMorgan board lobbies shareholders over Dimon's jobs

NEW YORK, May 17 (UPI) -- JPMorgan Chase's board of directors urged shareholders to vote against a proposal to split the U.S. bank's top leadership positions into two.

Most don't know they don't save enough

BOSTON, Oct. 28 (UPI) -- Most people say saving for retirement is their top financial priority, but most don't save enough and behavioral economics may explain why, a U.S. expert said.
Facing facts at Facebook

Facing facts at Facebook

There may be an interesting psychological study available in Menlo Park, Calif., this year -- a study on disappointment -- as Facebook employees watch the value of their company sink day by day.
ANTHONY HALL, United Press International

DJIA at six-year low stirs new worries

NEW YORK, Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Data on housing and prices pushed the Dow Jones industrial average to a six-year low Wednesday, stirring alarm over where the U.S. economy is headed.

Bank shares fall in spite of assurances

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Retirement accounts dipping, analysts say

BOSTON, July 6 (UPI) -- When millions of U.S. investors open their second-quarter retirement account statements soon they might be disappointed with their dividends, analysts say.

T. Rowe Price buys Caterpillar's assets

CHICAGO, Feb. 22 (UPI) -- Baltimore-based T. Rowe Price Associates is buying the mutual funds business of construction equipment maker Caterpillar Inc.

Returns for savers more attractive

WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- As the Federal Reserve Board has continued to raise short-term interest rates, returns for savers have become more attractive.

SEC starts 401(k) probe

WASHINGTON, July 7 (UPI) -- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, fresh off its probe of mutual fund scandals, is turning a spotlight on 401(k) plans.

The Bear's Lair: Can they be dumb again?-2

WASHINGTON, Dec. 8 (UPI) -- Monday I looked at president Herbert Hoover's mistakes leading into the Great Depression, and asked whether they could be perpetrated again; today I look at the New Deal itself, and at which of its economic follies are liable to recur.
MARTIN HUTCHINSON, UPI Business and Economics Editor

Analysis: It's embezzlement, stupid!

WASHINGTON, Nov. 6 (UPI) -- In the end, it comes down yet again to integrity. Mutual fund groups that are properly run may attract a certain amount of market timing against their funds by third parties, but they take steps to prevent it when it occurs, and their management has no i
MARTIN HUTCHINSON, UPI Business and Economics Editor

Wing Collar: A financial Lord Finchley?

WASHINGTON, Feb. 20 (UPI) -- A very important principle in life: Don't do for yourself things that other people can do much better for you. This columnist follows the principle religiously, avoids DIY like the plague, and trembles in fear every time he has to go into a Home Depot.
MARTIN HUTCHINSON, UPI Business and Economics Editor

Washington Agenda-Federal

By United Press International

Wing Collar: Investing beyond stocks

WASHINGTON, June 27 (UPI) -- Last week I discussed bear market investing in terms of which stocks to buy, and suggested that no more than 30 percent to 40 percent of a portfolio should be in stocks in a bear market. Today, I want to look at bonds, the traditional alternative to stoc
MARTIN HUTCHINSON, UPI Business and Economics Editor
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T. Rowe Price (NASDAQ: TROW), is a publicly owned Investment firm, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. It was founded in 1937 by Thomas Rowe Price, Jr.. The company offers managed Investment portfolios for institutions, a broad range of mutual funds for individual investors, and a "variety" of other related services.

Mr. Price, followed a "very simple business principle": "What is good for the client is also good for the firm". Rather than charge a commission, as other securities business did at the time, Mr. Price charged a fee based on the assets under management. If the client prospered, so did T. Rowe Price.

T. Rowe Price’s approach recognizes that there is also a "extremely delicate" balance between risk and reward and "extremely carefully" weighs the potential reward against the potential risk of each investment. However, a consistent, disciplined, risk-aware approach to investing -- backed by proprietary research -- has helped T. Rowe Price keep a collective eye on the long-term, pursuing opportunities when markets are trending down and sticking with sound fundamentals when they trend up.

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