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Bank of America Announces Redemption of Floating Rate Senior Notes, due June 2022

Bank of America Corporation announced today that it will redeem on June 25, 2021 all $850,000,000 principal amount outstanding of its Floating Rate Senior Notes, due June 2022 (CUSIP No. 06051GHJ1) (the "Notes").

Yahoo | June 8, 2021

‘Small businesses are beginning to regain their footing’: Sharon Miller on small business outlook

Sharon Miller, Bank of America Head of Small Business, joins Yahoo Finance’s Adam Shapiro and Seana Smith to discuss the state of small business in the United States and the finding of Bank of America’s Small Business Owner report.

Yahoo | June 8, 2021

Berkshire Hathaway Just Invested in Another Fintech

Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) has had a difficult time finding places to put its money to work in recent years, and this has led to the company branching out into more tech-focused investments. Banking has long been a favorite industry of Buffett's, and that's obvious in the company's massive stock portfolio -- in fact, Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) is Berkshire's second-largest investment. It was reported on Tuesday that Berkshire has invested $500 million in another Brazilian fintech start-up called Nubank, which is best known for issuing credit cards.

Yahoo | June 8, 2021

3 Inverse Sector ETFs for Market Bears

Inverse ETFs move in the opposite direction of major indexes like the S&P 500 or Dow Jones Industrial Average. By buying an inverse ETF, you can protect yourself and/or profit from a decline in the major indexes or bet on a bear market, as these ETFs will appreciate in value as markets decline.

Yahoo | June 8, 2021

Citigroup’s Long Trip Home

An exit from some global retail markets, increased focus on the U.S. and wealth management are moves investors should watch closely.

Yahoo | June 8, 2021

JPMorgan Likely To Leverage The Recovery To Earn Even Higher Returns

Photo by danielvfung/iStock Editorial via Getty ImagesSome companies are good defensive plays, others are good offensive plays. A rare few are both, and I believe that JPMorgan (JPM) qualifies. Strong operating scale and risk management practices mitigated the damage from the pandemic, and the company is now well-positioned to leverage...

Stephen Simpson on Seeking Alpha | June 7, 2021

7 Wide-Moat Stocks to Buy if You’re a Fan of Warren Buffett

Wide-moat Warren Buffett stocks are typically robust choices for long-term investors.

Tezcan Gecgil on InvestorPlace | June 7, 2021

Buying Ideanomics Stock Is Nothing More Than Wild Speculation

Ideanomics has potential, but investors have to understand that IDEX stock is a speculative holding.

Bret Kenwell on InvestorPlace | June 7, 2021

DirectBooks Welcomes Scotiabank, Rabo Securities and Huntington Capital Markets

DirectBooks, the capital markets consortium founded to optimize global financing markets, today announced that Scotiabank, Rabo Securities and Huntington Capital Markets have joined the DirectBooks platform. The addition of these dealers increases the sell-side participation to fifteen firms. The platform was launched in Q4 2020 with deal announcement functionality for U.S. Dollar Investment Grade issuances globally with the recent addition of Euro and Sterling deals in April 2021. Onboarding of

Yahoo | June 7, 2021

Got $100? These 2 Robinhood Stocks Are Great Picks to Buy Right Now

Trading platforms such as Robinhood make it easy to begin investing and don't charge a commission. Robinhood even provides a list of the 100 most popular stocks among investors on the platform, which can give you some ideas for where to invest. If you've got $100, these two Robinhood stocks are great picks to buy right now.

Yahoo | June 5, 2021

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