Forex Market Review (Asian Session) – Yen gains on Fed minutes, commodity-linked aussie extends gains, oil inches up – XM (blog)

Posted on August 17, 2017 at 7:44 am GMT Maja Rakic, XM Investment Research Desk Google Plus As Asian traders were heading home for the day, the yen rose and the dollar extended declines following the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes last night. The aussie firmed up following a rally in base-metal prices. …

Three Steps Towards Wealth Creation – BW Businessworld

The dynamics of long-term Wealth Creation differ markedly from the dynamics of Wealth Management. The former involves putting together a sizable corpus of money over time, whereas the latter involves investing an already created corpus in line with one’s risk tolerance and investment objectives. A few people get wealthy from ‘black swan’ events (think – …

Johnson Investment Counsel Acquires Cleveland Based Magis Wealth Planning – Markets Insider

CINCINNATI, Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Johnson Investment Counsel announced today it has acquired Magis Wealth Planning, a Cleveland-based firm offering wealth planning services, tax planning, and investment counsel. The acquisition continues the firm’s strategy of expanding throughout Ohio to better serve its growing client base. “This represents a significant milestone for our company,” said …

Office sector undergoing important shift in dynamics as trends transform both demand and supply – Markets Insider

Avison Young releases its Mid-Year 2017 North America and Europe Office Market Report TORONTO, Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Amid varying economic performances and property fundamentals, North American and European office leasing markets are generally performing well as they undergo an important shift in dynamics influenced by trends transforming both occupier demand and the supply …

Union Pacific follows corporate trend, trimming 750 positions, mostly at Omaha headquarters – Omaha World-Herald

Corporate America’s appetite for greater productivity hit home Wednesday, when Fortune 500 member Union Pacific said it would cut about 750 jobs, most of them at the Omaha headquarters. The nation’s second-largest freight railroad said the cuts include about 500 management and administrative jobs and about 250 hourly positions; the ax will fall by mid-September …