U.S. Consumer Credit Expands by $6.46 Billion in June
U.S. consumer credit expanded at the slowest pace in eight months in June amid signs of slow economic growth.
Four Ways to Pay Your Mortgage: Which is Best?
How do I pay thee, dear mortgage? Let me count the ways. I pay cheaply, quickly and reliably.
Chevron Refinery Fire Out, Markets Brace for Impact
A large fire at Chevron Corp.'s (CVX) Richmond, Calif., refinery has been extinguished, even as traders, bracing for a lengthy outage, are bidding up regional fuel prices.
What to Know Before Consolidating Student Loans
Congrats, grads! You made it. Now you need to pay back the piper. But what's the best strategy?
Are You Spending More to Try to Save?
Shoppers beware: The tools that might save you money now could cost more in the long run.
Reaffirm Mortgage Post-Bankruptcy?
Keeping your home after bankruptcy isn't just about reaffirming your mortgage.
Rental Expenses You Can and Can't Write Off
A handyman can't write off his time, but he can write off a lawn mower purchased for the rental.
Life Insurance Primer: Term, Perm and More
In the market for life insurance, but all the varieties are making your head spin? Here's help.
Stocks Climb on Central Bank Hopes; S&P Crosses 1400 Mark
The markets climbed on Tuesday, with the broad S&P 500 rising above the 1400 threshold for the first time in three months, as traders responded favorably to hints that central banks may act to boost the global economy.
U.S. 30-Year Mortgage Rate Edges Higher in Week
Real-estate website Zillow Inc. (Z) said Tuesday its real-time rate on 30-year fixed mortgages in the U.S. edged up in the latest week from a record low.