Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers! Here are some of the day’s top stories:
Last year, this man gave her a 6% increase, but she has often cut out early.
The top spot does not belong to New York, Chicago or Los Angeles.
The cost of gifts varies widely across the country.
The most famous book about money written by someone strapped for cash wasn’t “Das Kapital” or “The Communist Manifesto.” It was “A Christmas Carol.”
Cybersecurity expert Eric Cole was recruited by the CIA when he was studying computer science at the New York Institute of Technology.
A proposal tucked away in a more than 500 page bill is the latest shot fired in a battle between states and student loan companies.
Painting your home with a weird color either inside or out could repel prospective buyers.
Maybe don’t go with Pantone’s 2018 color of the year.
The holiday season presents many complications for online shoppers
A gift for every sipper in your life.
The net worth of households and nonprofits hit a new record of $96.9 trillion after a $1.74 trillion increase, or 1.8%, gain in the third quarter, the Federal Reserve reported Thursday.
The Federal Housing Administration said it would no longer insure mortgages that carry priority liens for high-interest ‘green loans.’
The House-Senate conference committee that will reconcile the two chambers’ tax bills has taken shape, with all members named by Republican and Democratic leaders.
Sen. Al Franken said Thursday that he will resign in the coming weeks, in a speech on the Senate floor that put him face to face with dozens of Democratic colleagues who called for him to step down over mounting allegations of sexual misconduct.
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