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Lawsuit says Morgan Stanley mismanaged 401(k) plan

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 22, 2016

A Morgan Stanley employee has filed a lawsuit in the US District Court in New York alleging that the company's 401(k) plan costs its 60,000 participants hundreds of millions of dollars due to excessive fees and poor track records. The suit claims Morgan Stanley used its 401(k) plan as a way to promote its own mutual funds at the expense of performance. CNBC (08/20)

Former Goldman traders bet on defunct mortgage bonds

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

S&P: Defaults of high-yield bonds to increase

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Dividends of some big companies exceed their net income

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

IEX begins phased-in launch

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Firms expect turbulence when small-cap "tick size" widens

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

Amateur algo traders could become force to be reckoned with

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

Virtu, Citadel want more transparency for Treasurys

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 18, 2016

Fed officials begin to accept that "normal" has changed

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 23, 2016

Citigroup waves goodbye to final proprietary trader

NYSSA SmartBrief | Aug 19, 2016

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