Mark Rubin of Barclays Plc won the RBC Decathlon for a third straight year, successfully defending his title as Wall Street’s best all-around athlete by winning the final event in the competition by less than a second.
Ah, to be a rentier! Gone are the days when Vladimir Lenin could rail against these “parasitic” capitalists for “clipping coupons” from their bonds while doing no work at all. Nowadays, with 10-year Treasury notes yielding a mere 2.5 percent and junk bonds barely 5 percent, investors who want a decent stream of income have to scramble.
More banking and finance professionals in the Middle East than in any other region are seeking new jobs because they’re feeling burned out and worry their careers are stalling, according to eFinancial Careers.