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Consumer confidence in the U.S. rose less than forecast in November as upper-income Americans become more concerned about the outlook for the economy and incomes.
A new study found wealthy people in states with skewed income scales were less generous.
That is, if you consider these five yearend moves radical. As many people seem to. Or else why isn't everyone making them?
Sales at U.S. retailers rose less than forecast in October as consumers pocketed the money saved after fueling up their cars.
U.S. wholesale prices unexpectedly declined in October for a second month, depressed by falling costs of food and new model light trucks.
ETF investors are a step ahead of DoubleLine’s CEO, having poured close to $5 billion into India over the past two years.
The U.S. economy will continue to stumble for the next two years and global growth is a concern as well, billionaire Ronald Perelman said.
Investing's simpler than it looks, says Ethan Bloch, so young people should chill.
Employment snapped back with a vengeance in October, wage growth accelerated and the jobless rate fell to 5 percent, boosting the odds that Federal Reserve policy makers will raise borrowing costs next month.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits climbed to the highest level in five weeks, representing a pause in the recent progress that left claims at their lowest level since 1973.
New town, old-timers.
People without a 401(k) or other plan at work now have a free savings option with a modest guaranteed return.
American manufacturing remained stuck in neutral in October as factories struggled with dwindling overseas demand and well-stocked customers at home.
Household spending rose less than forecast in September, showing the biggest part of the U.S. economy ended a strong quarter on a weak note.
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