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Weak Holiday Spending Puts Stocks in Sour Mood
By Keris Alison Lahiff | 11/30/15 - 4:07 PM EST
Consumers appear to be pulling back on holiday spending, and that is causing worry in the stock market.

Practice Management

Investing for Social Goals Need Not Cost You Returns, Says Merrill Exec
By Gregg Greenberg | 11/24/15 - 3:51 PM EST
"You can investing using environmental, social and governance factors, alongside traditional financial analysis, and these strategies actually perform like the market performs or better," said Merrill Lynch's Anna Snider.
Sterling CEO Says Deal Opportunities Created by Small Bank Squeeze
The Federal Reserve's potential rate hike is prompting companies to rush at securing credit before it becomes more expensive.
Tech Industries Hiring as Employment Outlook Remains Positive
The job outlook appears strong for many industries such as technology with the addition of 271,000 jobs in October. But the outlook is grim for one sector in particular.
Facebook, Amazon, Under Armour Aren't Done Growing: RidgeWorth Portfolio Manager
Facebook shares are surging after its strong earnings report, but the social network isn't done growing, says Michael Sansoterra, portfolio manager at RidgeWorth.
Portfolio Manager's Picks: Grand Canyon Education, Seattle Genetics and Facebook
Connor Browne, portfolio manager of the Thornburg Value Fund, also likes Weatherford International.

Wealth Management

Shopping Around for a Place to Live Overseas Can Be a Serious Headache
By Nicholas Pell | 11/30/15 - 12:34 PM EST
More Americans are living abroad than ever. Here's how two found a place to live.
How to Invest Your Money the Way Warren Buffett Would Want
The Oracle of Omaha's advice might be more conservative than you think.
These Retailers Will Reject Your Gift Return Attempt This Holiday Season
Some stores are better than others in allowing flexible gift returns over the holidays.
Grad School Is Attractive, Expensive and Not Usually Worth It
Grad school will cost you between $30,000 and $40,000 per year, plus a boatload of lost income. When is it worth it?
Here’s How to Talk Money with Family, Friends, This Holiday Season
Money can be a taboo topic around the holidays - here's how to handle it.


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