Private Equity Warms Up to Clean-Energy Tax Credits 

Private-equity firms are beginning to tap a nascent market for clean-energy tax credits, betting on a boost to returns from helping project developers get better terms for the tradable credits.

The Medicare Bubble Has Burst 

The government health insurance program had been a gold mine for private insurers until recently.

Investors Are Striking Gold All Over 

Investors have rarely had it this good, with prices of everything from homes to stocks and cryptocurrencies soaring.

Financial Services Roundup: Market Talk 

Hub24 and Netwealth and more in the latest Market Talks covering Financial Services.

Dow Jones Industrial Average Tops 40000 for the First Time 

The recession that so many economists anticipated has remained out of sight, giving investors hope that stocks can keep climbing.

Fed's Barkin says consumers are driving inflation. Here's what they're willing to pay more for. 

The service sector "has changed their view" and believes consumers will accept higher prices and are going to raise them until households balk.

Charles Schwab CFO to Retire Amid Executive Reshuffle 

The brokerage firm unveiled several executive changes. Among them, Bernie Clark will step down from his role leading the unit that caters to independent financial advisors.

America Is Still Headed for a Soft Landing 

Don't rule out a surprise rate cut this summer as signs of an economic slowdown are piling up.

AIG to Sell 20% of Corebridge to Nippon Life for $3.8 Billion 

Insurance giant AIG has struck a deal to sell a stake in its majority-owned life-and-retirement arm Corebridge Financial to Japan's Nippon Life Insurance for $3.8 billion.

The GameStop Mania Is Back. Is Wall Street Ready This Time? 

Problems in the plumbing of the financial system were costly for investors in 2021, and a planned upgrade still isn't complete.

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