Market Extra: A ‘jinx month’ for the stock market is about to get under way — that’s very bad news for small-cap investors

September has shaped up to be an upbeat month for the stock market despite a number of scares, including an impeachment inquiry and a rip-roaring IPO market that has peter out, but investors may be wondering if October will live up to its historic billing as another weak period for equities.

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Personal Finance Daily: This woman was tricked out of $62K by a friend who claimed to be a mysterious heiress, and 5 ways to reduce your risk of developing dementia

Monday’s top personal finance stories

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Market Extra: CLO funds that hold leveraged loans could see another sharp 4Q sell-off

Investor weariness over corporate stress signals could spark another sharp, fourth-quarter selloff in CLO funds, which buy the bulk of loans to debt-laden U.S. companies, according to analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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Key Words: The dream job we didn’t know existed: taco editor

Is this a masthead or a menu? The regional magazine also employs a barbecue editor.

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Stocks with unequal voting rights may lose out on fund flows, Goldman says

Firms that go public are increasingly choosing to issue multiple classes of shares with unequal voting, even though that restricts them from being included in some major stock tracking indexes. That will deny them access to the massive amounts of capital flowing from passively managed funds, Goldman Sachs points out.

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Banks win dismissal of U.S. lawsuit alleging rigged Mexico bond sales

A U.S. judge on Monday dismissed a proposed class action lawsuit against several large banks for allegedly rigging the market for Mexican government bonds, according to a court filing.

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Fed’s $200 billion effort holds down repo rate at quarter-end

An extra $200 billion in cash available to the U.S. banking system on Monday thanks to injections by the Federal Reserve kept a lid on short-term borrowing costs at end of the third quarter,…

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Swiss wealth management group Julius Baer appoints market heads

Julius Baer said on Monday Patrick Prinz and Ettore Bonsignore will be joining the Swiss wealth management group as market heads, effective Oct. 1.

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The Wall Street Journal: Trump whistleblower expected to testify ‘very soon,’ with identity concealed

The whistleblower at the center of the impeachment probe of President Donald Trump will testify in the House “very soon,” though in a way that will protect his identity, the Democrat leading the probe said Sunday.

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Market Snapshot: How stock-market investors are preparing for the Trump impeachment battle

The battle over impeachment threatens to alter a number of market-moving factors, including the U.S.-China trade war.

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