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Brace for the European Central Bank to Announce More Stimulus Thursday

The ECB is likley to pump more liquidity into the eurozone on Thursday and again in 2016.

ECB Likely to Announce More Stimulus on Thursday and That’s Just the Beginning

Brace for the European Central Bank to pump more liquidity into the eurozone on Thursday and again in 2016.

U.S. Stocks Open Higher as Wall Street Kicks Off December

U.S. markets opened higher Tuesday as Wall Street looks to make December the third up month in a row.

IMF’s Inclusion of Yuan to Special Drawing Rights Basket Won’t Mean Much for Investors

The International Monetary Fund’s decision to include China’s yuan currency in its special drawing rights basket won’t amount to a whole lot for investors, according to one expert.

IMF's Inclusion of Yuan in Special Drawing Rights Basket Won't Mean Much for Investors

The move puts the yuan on similar footing to the dollar, euro, pound and yen, but pressures China to be more transparent and allow its currency to trade more freely.

Consumers Are Still Shopping in Stores Like Macy’s and Target, Despite Growth in Online Sales

Talk of dying brick-and-mortar retailers is ‘way overblown,’ according to one expert.

Consumers Are Spending Money on Experiences This Holiday Season: Analyst

Consumers are still spending money on experiences, like travel and restaurants, this holiday season.

Apple, Google and Tesla Making Strides to Combat Climate Change: Analyst

A host of major companies like Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG) and Tesla (TSLA) are investing resources to combat climate change.

U.S. Stocks Open Higher as Wall Street Digests Black Friday Sales

U.S. stocks opened higher Monday as investors evaluate how eager Americans were to open their wallets during Black Friday weekend.

Here’s How to Keep Your Spending in Check This Holiday Season

U.S. consumers may be feeling more financially healthy now, but that doesn't mean budgeting should fall off our radar -- especially around the gift-giving season.

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