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Last updated: Oct. 25, 12:00 Page 6 of 8
The “Black Monday” stock market crash of Oct. 19, 1987, blindsided many investors. More than three decades later, it’s still unclear what caused it.
By Kenneth G. Pringle
Barron`s,  Oct. 13, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
The ex-dividend date is the last business day before the record date. Why is this important? “A purchaser of stock on the ex-date, or thereafter, is not entitled to receive the next dividend payment,” says Robert Willens, who runs a consultancy specializing in tax and accounting matters.
By Lawrence C. Strauss
Barron`s,  Oct. 09, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Across Russia, the thawing of earth thought to be forever frozen cracks buildings, infrastructure; ‘It’s all on the line.’
By Ann M. Simmons and Georgi Kantchev
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Officials will release a paper and solicit public comment, but are unlikely to decide soon on government-backed cryptocurrency
By Andrew Ackerman
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 04, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
The island has rare elements needed for electric cars and wind turbines. But protesters are blocking one project, signaling that mining companies must tread carefully.
By Jack Ewing
The New York Times,  Oct. 01, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
After coasting higher over the summer, markets are jittery over rising prices, growth snarls and a number of other threats.
By Matt Phillips
The New York Times,  Oct. 13, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Plus, are carbon credits a looming threat to profits?
By FT
Financial Times,  Oct. 08, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Executives sit in jail, tech companies are being reined in and the biggest developer is teetering. It’s the beginning of a new era for China’s economy.
By Paul Mozur
The New York Times,  Oct. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Managing your money well has never been more vital. Pioneering economist Annamaria Lusardi helps young people gain these life skills
By FT
Financial Times,  Oct. 04, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
A group of seven central banks (Bank of Canada, Bank of England, Bank of Japan, European Central Bank, Federal Reserve, Sveriges Riksbank and Swiss National Bank), together with the Bank for International Settlements, are working together to explore central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) for the public ("general purpose" or "retail'' CBDC).
By BIS
Financial Times,  Oct. 01, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Allowing it to unravel poses existential threat to EU and a reckoning may be hard to avoid
By Ben Hall
Financial Times,  Oct. 13, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Biden wants higher tax rates on U.S. firms than others will impose.
By WSJ Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 09, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Regulators urged to step up measures to protect investors from misleading environmental claims
By FT
Financial Times,  Oct. 04, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Cartel’s secretary-general warns recent periods of underinvestment risk price shocks and energy poverty for developing countries
By Benoit Faucon and Summer Said
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 01, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Policymakers worry that growth of cryptocurrencies could lead to central banks losing control
By Eva Szalay and Philip Stafford in London
Financial Times,  Sep. 30, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
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