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The Oracle of Omaha needs some help from the Fed.
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Buffett beat the market by using borrowed money to make bets on stocks. Why shouldn't you?
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All three market-beating stocks have surprisingly low-tech business models.
As rates go up, borrowers won't be able to afford as much house for the same monthly payment.
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America's megabanks -- Bank of America, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, and Citigroup -- have smaller rainy day funds than in the past.
Insurers see scale as one of the few ways to generate profits in a very competitive industry.
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Some banks are betting that new branches are the way forward.
It's the simple stuff that really matters.
Mortgage servicers are pairing up.
The Massachusetts-based insurer posted a rare underwriting loss due to a one-time charge relating to winter storms in 2015.
Berkshire's smallest insurer has an underwriting record that puts it among the very best in the business.
This is not a headline I ever thought I’d write.
Buffett fears he's getting repetitive, but his letters are still worth a read.
A one-time tax item helped the holding company show a large profit increase even as operating earnings declined.
TPG Specialty Lending put a shot clock on Triangle Capital's liquidation. This could get messy.