British pound climbs as likelihood of Brexit delay rises

2019-01-11

The British pound strengthened against the U.S. dollar and the euro on Friday after U.K. newspaper The Evening Standard reported that a delay to the March 29 Brexit was becoming increasingly likely. While the idea of a Brexit delay was refuted by Prime Minister Theresa May’s government earlier this week,Read More →

FDA has cut back on food inspections because of shutdown

2019-01-09

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has dramatically curtailed inspections of domestic food-processing facilities during the partial government shutdown, though it is now trying to resume work at the most high-risk sites. Since the shutdown began in late December, the FDA has conducted some types of essential food inspections, including atRead More →

Keep more of what you make from your investments

2018-12-30

Don’t miss these top money and investing features: Everybody loves a winner. Investors pay good money for investment managers on a streak. It’s human nature; when you find a “hot hand” you keep giving that player the ball. Trouble is, all good things come to an end. Managers who haveRead More →