Markets are acting as if the polls are tilted to Biden, Goldman Sachs analysts say
Former Vice President Joe Biden is favored to win the U.S. election no matter if you look at betting markets or polling. But the hard money on the election isn't nearly as tilted toward Biden as polling would indicate. See full story.
‘People are not able to meet their full potential’: Trump and Biden voters share their money worries behind their choice for president
MarketWatch talked to voters about the personal-finance factors affecting their decision. See full story.
U.S. consumer spending climbs 1.4% in September to cap off strong third quarter
Americans spent more in September on goods and services such as new cars, clothing and recreation, a fifth straight increase that underpinned an historic rebound in the economy during the third quarter. Consumer spending rose 1.4% last month. See full story.
I offered my son $30K for a down payment on a home. His fiancée wants a written agreement for my gift to be split 50/50
‘My son had already agreed that any house they buy would be split 50/50 in case they divorced. She is still paying off student debt and has little savings.’ See full story.
Also, Election Day, retirement locations, stock picks and retirement account rule changes for 2021. See full story.