Window dressing is the phenomenon where mutual fund managers and other institutions that report quarterly performance results will buy more shares in their biggest holdings headed into the end of a month, quarter or year. If it sounds illegal, it is.
According to some reports, the U.S. Federal Reserve plans to bail out Europe by adding cash from the International Monetary Fund. What next?
Bond funds have netted an estimated $170 billion this year, while the price of gold has more than quadrupled.
JPMorgan Chase's surging earnings show that many of the biggest US banks are becoming more powerful. What happens if they get in trouble again?