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Retailers lucked out in December, as warmer temperatures and confidence that deals would be plentiful throughout the entire season pushed shoppers into stores.
Much of the year-end buying in stocks -- traditionally called the Santa Claus rally -- is the work of hedge funds cleaning up their portfolios to look good for clients.
The U.S. economy may be growing at its fastest pace in a decade, but don't expect the Federal Reserve to jump the gun in raising short-term rates.
Buying a home is about to become more expensive, as mortgage rates are expected to rise over the next year as the Fed weighs in.
Cruise lines and air carriers could start seeing the benefits of a more open Cuba within a year, while it might take longer for hotels, according to Wedbush Securities analyst
Wall Street rallied on the heels of the Federal Reserve keeping the 'considerable time' language in its statement, but it may disappear by January and signal an interest rate rise.
Despite all the market volatility in recent weeks, Wall Street pros are apparently thinking that things will settle down in 2015.
The ruble is plunging on the heels of falling oil prices and Russia's hands are tied.
If the Federal Reserve removes 'considerable time' from its statement next week, a rate hike could come sooner, but don't expect the markets to crash.
Plunging gasoline prices are certainly making Americans feel richer. But consumer spending won't really take off until wages start to increase, economists say.