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U.S. central bankers will take time to judge whether the U.K. vote to leave the European Union affects the outlook for the U.S. economy, said Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer. more
Cheryl Gouveia has been promoted to vice president of operations and portfolio management at South Eastern Economic Development Corp. She brings more than 20 years of banking and finance experience to her new role. She is a graduate of Fairhaven … more
Elizabeth Voss has joined South Eastern Economic Development Corp. as a commercial credit analyst. She has worked as a commercial credit analyst since 2003 and brings more than 15 years of commercial banking and underwriting experience to her new … more
Millennials may be overly confident about their investing skills, but many are handling their 401(k)s with savvy, a new study by Wells Fargo Institutional Retirement & Trust suggests. More … more
U.S. stocks climbed, with the S&P 500 Index on track for a quarterly advance, as markets showed further signs of stabilizing after wide swings in the wake of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. more
(Updated, July 1, 5:05 p.m.) Editor's note: This is the second of a four-part series exploring how well Rhode Island cities and towns are funding municipal pension and benefit plans and the public-policy ramifications. Detective James Brady sits outside a … more
(Updated, 5:35 p.m. and 6 p.m.) Morgan Stanley was alone among the largest U.S. banks in stumbling through the Federal Reserve’s annual stress tests, getting conditional approval to make payouts to shareholders. Thirty other firms passed, while two subsidiaries failed, including Santander Bank. more
Bankers have a new year to fear: 2018. more
Providence is one of the least safe cities for driving in the U.S., according to Allstate Corp., which released its 12th annual America’s Best Drivers report on Tuesday in time for the Independence Day weekend. more
The Federal Reserve last week found all 33 of the country’s largest financial institutions had enough capital should the economy turn down, including Bank of America Corp., Banco Santander SA’s U.S. division and Providence-based Citizens Financial Group Inc. more
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