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Jeremy Siegel: Fed rate hike could reduce uncertainty, lift stocks

Jeremy Siegel, finance professor at the Wharton School and author of “Stocks for the Long Run,” says rate-hike uncertainty is actually hurting stocks, and Wall Street could rally if the Fed hikes rates. 282 more words


Siegel: No Bubble Trouble

Stock market talk has been filled with references to “bubbles” over the past couple years. But Wharton Professor and author Jeremy Siegel says those seeing a bubble in the current market need to get their eyes checked. 179 more words


Siegel: September Rate Hikes Would Lead To Strong Q4

Author and Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel says that, if the Federal Reserve does start increasing interest rates in September, it could be a blessing for the stock market. 137 more words


Ideas for waterfront by Stuy Cove include cafes, elevated park

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

The coastal resiliency project backed by the Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency has announced new possible plans for the waterfront by Stuyvesant Cove Park, with ideas including cafes or an elevated park. 1,112 more words

Stuyvesant Cove Park

Emerging markets may offer good long-term value

As the bull market continues into its seventh year, the market, as measured by the S&P 500, is high by historical standards. Even higher, by the same standards, are sovereign bonds of developed countries. 396 more words

Siegel On Why US Productivity Is Down

Growth in US productivity has slowed considerably over the past decade, and explanations abound as to why. But Wharton professor and author Jeremy Siegel says the reality may be that new innovations have led to flawed data that underestimates just how productive the US has been. 197 more words


City hears community input for East Side Coastal Resiliency Plan

By Maria Rocha-Buschel

Since wreaking havoc on the city almost two and a half years ago, Hurricane Sandy has prompted the formation of various programs and projects throughout New York, with efforts being made to prevent such a catastrophe from repeating. 1,028 more words

Hurricane Sandy