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Trump indictment won’t keep him from presidential race, but will make his reelection bid much harder
Billions needed to avert unrest and starvation, UN food chief says
11 stocks in the S&P 500 expected to form an exclusive growth club for investors
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After seven straight months of home price declines, here’s what 6 economists and real estate pros say to expect from the housing market this spring
New Los Angeles ‘mansion tax’ has some sellers racing to close
How the FDIC has set a ‘baseline’ for troubled commercial real estate
We want to retire in about 5 years but have $150,000 in credit card debt and loans and $1.4 million locked in retirement accounts — ‘we want to be really retired’
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Here are the 20 best performing stocks of March — and the 20 worst
Are tech stocks becoming a haven again? ‘It’s a mistake,’ say market analysts.
The S&P 500 has hit a wall, but powerful market forces are shaping up to push it through
I’ve been a stay-at-home spouse for years and my husband is now retired. His 401(k) is in safe investments, but should we get an adviser to help the money grow?
Money is moving out of bank accounts, but not necessarily because customers are panicking
U.S. stocks end sharply higher after inflation report, Nasdaq scores best quarter since 2020
‘It feels like a lose-lose’: I have a $10 million net worth. My father-in-law has dementia. Am I responsible for my in-laws if they run out of money?
‘They do not trust her, nor do I’: My elderly parents fear my sister will empty their bank accounts and steal their possessions. What can we do?
‘My elderly uncle’s lady friend is very manipulative’: He loaned his girlfriend a lot of money. How can we protect him? Will she be able to contest his will?
Social Security is now projected to be unable to pay full benefits a year earlier than expected
‘Most U.S. banks are technically near insolvency, and hundreds are already fully insolvent,’ Roubini says
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