02/09/16 - 08:46 AM EST
Don't freak out yet. The U.S. economy isn't on the verge of a recession, according to both researchers and indicators from the bond market to employment data.
02/06/16 - 11:40 AM EST
The Affordable Care Act mandate is cutting into wages and sucking up the benefits of lower gasoline prices, two new reports say. Simon Constable explains.
01/18/16 - 06:40 PM EST
Increases in the minimum wage in states from New York to Alaska and California will add to the woes of low-skilled and younger workers, according to new economic research.
01/17/16 - 01:00 PM EST
Swings in the stock market remind investors of what makes a good portfolio, and why it's a good idea to keep some of your holdings in cash and bonds.
01/07/16 - 07:57 AM EST
When individual investors all redeem their stock holdings at once, it has historically been a bullish indicator. And individual investors are selling again.
01/03/16 - 02:30 PM EST
The greenback will reign supreme among global currencies for years to come, even though the Chinese yuan recently won reserve status. That's good news for American shoppers and borrowers.
12/27/15 - 11:13 AM EST
Computers are becoming ever smarter, with IBM's Watson now a Jeopardy champion, but there's no need just yet to worry about machines crowding humans out of the workplace altogether.
12/18/15 - 01:43 PM EST
The Fed's interest rate policy may be keeping some Millennials from getting married -- by making it harder to save money for a down payment on a new home.
12/15/15 - 08:17 AM EST
Why not give your loved ones something to remind them of the financial world this holiday season? It's the next best thing to an envelope full of cash.
11/29/15 - 02:00 PM EST
Older women seeking jobs encounter more age discrimination than their male peers, according to a recent study that reviewed 40,000 applicants -- from teachers to accountants and janitorial workers.