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Consumer spending continues to strengthen, adding more evidence of a recovery. But there are still problems if you look under the hood of the economy.
There are fewer foreclosures on the market, according to a new report. Of course, that could hurt consumers looking to get into the housing market.
A new survey sheds light on retirees’ sentiment towards health.
Existing home sales softened in August.
Even though stock prices continue hitting record levels, some analysts worry the bulls are out of fuel.
Americans still rely on coupons six years after the Great Recession began.
Students heading back to college may feel inclined to sign-up for a campus bank account, but a new report sheds light on the fees associated with these accounts.
Financial advisors are most worried about managing risk in light of the Fed's changing monetary policy
Sellers are asking more money for their properties, a new report says.
A new survey sheds light on just how heavily some consumers rely on credit cards.