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The price of gold slid for the fifth day in a row Tuesday as an improving economy and a stronger stock market weakens the metal’s appeal.
"60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft revealed Sunday night how a few stock market insiders are making billions in high-frequency trading. Kroft spoke with author of "Flash Boys," about how insiders are raising the costs of stocks for ordinary investors.
I am never asked, because I don’t use a debit card. There is not a debit card in my wallet. When one arrives from the bank I immediately cut it up and dispose of it. And here’s why...
U.S. retail sales bounced back in February after suffering a steep decline during a bitterly cold January. Shoppers spent more on autos, clothing and furniture. The Commerce Department said that seasonally-adjusted retail sales rose 0.3 percent.
It’s not just credit cards that are vulnerable. Your bank and brokerage accounts are also susceptible to cyber crime. CBS MoneyWatch describes how hackers can obtain your bank and brokerage information and the steps necessary block them.
Being in picture-perfect financial shape is similar to achieving the perfect body: Rather than calorie-counting, it comes down to money in versus money out.
An honor student and cheerleader at Morris Catholic High School, in New Jersey, is suing her parents, claiming they abandoned her when she turned 18, refusing to pay for college. WCBS’ Christine Sloan reports.
A list of the world’s 10 richest people, according to the latest annual tally by Forbes magazine.
Shares of Facebook slipped Thursday morning after the world’s biggest social networking site surprised Wall Street by spending $19 billion on the messaging service WhatsApp.
Since the Great Recession ended 4½ years ago, Americans have struggled with high unemployment, static pay and a slow economy. Yet they’ve had one thing in their favor: low inflation. What’s wrong with very low inflation? Lots.