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As we wrap up 2014 and head to the New Year, economic conditions for consumers are looking pretty bright and will continue to strengthen into 2015.
The Federal Reserve's assurance that interest rate hikes won't come any time soon pushed stocks higher, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average surging 400 points on Thursday.
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
President Obama announced a complete overhaul of the relationship between the U.S. and Cuba, after 54 years of tense diplomatic ties between the two nations.
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.
The Federal Reserve still saying short-term interest rates will remain low for a considerable time after its bond stimulus, quantitative easing, ended back in October.
Despite all the market volatility in recent weeks, Wall Street pros are apparently thinking that things will settle down in 2015.
As we head into 2015, now just may be the best time to score a deal on financing a car.
Volatility has taken over the markets in recent weeks, largely due to falling oil prices and concerns over a policy shift from the Federal Reserve.
The ruble is plunging on the heels of falling oil prices and Russia's hands are tied.