What We’re Reading
In a working research paper, four economists, including Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, explain why they think historically low interest rates will remain low for some time.
(suggested by Adam Baley, investment advisor)
Any investor discouraged by the prospects of America’s relative decline in the global marketplace, will learn that U.S. economic influence remains dominant in a special report in The Economist. The extensive coverage shows “how America’s grip on the global economy helps, enriches, organises, bosses and annoys the rest of the world.”
(suggested by Brian Kilb, executive vice president and chief operations officer)
More workers have access to tax-advantaged retirement savings plans through work, but nearly half do not, according to an account from Bloomberg. Don’t take your 401(k) for granted, and don’t assume you shouldn’t invest outside of it as well.
(suggested by Chris Evers, registered representative)
(initially posted Nov. 5, 2015)