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It's not oil or Europe that's causing all the market volatility. It's the Federal Reserve.
If 2014 taught investors anything, it's not to obsess over the Federal Reserve's moves when watching for a rate hike. Instead, investors should look at a surprising benchmark in energy.
An iconic tool to ring in the New Year, the Times Square ball is an important showcase for the brand of Waterford, the crystal manufacturer that designs the ball.
The deceleration of home prices continues despite improving economic indicators.
The convenience of mobile banking isn't enough to bring a sea change to consumers' banking habits. It turns out that most consumers still prefer antiquated brick-and-mortar branches.
Equities may be at record highs, but the bond market tells a different story - and it's not as rosy.
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.