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New research finds that most Americans don't realize how much nursing-home care costs -- a misunderstanding that may spell trouble later.
Negative interest rates are starting to become a reality in Europe. Will they come to the U.S. next?
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Both Treasury bonds and CDs can be safe sources of income, but the length of your investment may determine which is the better choice.
Negative real GDP growth is a misstep for the U.S. economy -- and for deposit interest rates.