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Paul Brandus: Biden’s in a race against time to get his presidency on track after his first year in office

The president faces a number of challenges, including high inflation and an upheaval in investing markets, before midterm elections later this year......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

The Moneyist: I paid the mortgage and child support while my ex-husband was MIA for decades. He will only sell his share in our house to our daughters. What can I do?

'He only lived in the house for the first four years.'.....»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

: Ukraine, China and climate change tagged as ‘Doomsday Clock’ holds at 100 seconds to midnight, matching riskiest view ever

The symbolic measure known as the Doomsday Clock continues to hover at 100 seconds to midnight, unmoved from last year and 2020, when COVID-19 first spread......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

Market Extra: Is the market crashing? No. Here’s what’s happening to stocks, bonds as the Fed aims to end the days of easy money, analysts say

Americans are wondering what's amiss with Wall Street after steep declines in stocks and a surge in bond yields in recent weeks. Here's how to think about it......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

Project Syndicate: Inflation isn’t the biggest failure of the Fed

The Fed should be held to account for how badly it is doing on the basic task of protecting the financial system......»»

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Outside the Box: ‘Net zero’ pledges can amount to greenwashing. This is the better way to reduce deadly carbon emissions

Many offset programs are based on dubious assumptions and can actually worsen the climate problem. MIT Sloan's John Sterman outlines a more effective strategy......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

What"s Worth Streaming: Here’s what’s coming to Amazon’s Prime Video in February 2022

Get ready for the action drama 'Reacher,' a new season of 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' and much more.....»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

The Big Number: A record 8.75 million people missed work because COVID is in their house

The spike in omicron cases is likely to reduce nonfarm payrolls when the January numbers are released......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

: Bad news for first-time buyers: Mortgage rates rise to pandemic-era high

Home buyers today can expect to pay nearly $3,000 more a year to own a home than they would have a year ago......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

Crypto: Bitcoin slumps with stocks and is now down 50% from all time high

Bitcoin prices slumped further Saturday to levels not seen since last August, as a selloff of riskier assets like stocks spread to cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin has now shed more than 50% from its record high in November......»»

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Robert Powell"s Retirement Portfolio: Do 401(k) plans unfairly help the wealthy?

The current retirement system doesn't work, Michael Doran argues in 'The Great Retirement Fraud'.....»»

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TaxWatch: ‘I’m trying not to work people into a downward spiral’: Why some parents should brace themselves for a lower tax refund in 2022

'There’s going to be plenty of people I talk to who are going to be very upset,' one tax preparer said......»»

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Extra Credit: $50 billion of student debt could be wiped away in bankruptcy, report says

Private student loans held by 2.6 million borrowers could be discharged in federal court, according to the Student Borrower Protection Center......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

The Margin: Why this January may be the cruelest month yet for the booze business

The Dry January movement and dire health warnings about alcohol could be cutting into sales, and the COVID surge is already hurting bars and restaurants.....»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

The Moneyist: I spent $20,000 on a house my brother promised, but failed, to sell me. I texted: ‘Congratulations on the sale. Now is your chance to do the right thing.’

'The repairs were much more than I anticipated and, in 2019, I told my brother I would need to file for bankruptcy.'.....»»

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Outside the Box: Should I claim Social Security at 70, or take it earlier and invest the money?

6 strategies to help you delay claiming.....»»

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: ‘Our labor laws are designed to make joining a union as difficult as possible’: Fewer workers are unionized, even as pandemic shines light on poor working conditions

Even as union membership declines, union members are getting better pay than their non-unionized counterparts......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

Help Me Retire: We’re in our 60s, my husband plans to work until he ‘drops dead’ and our medical bills are overwhelming – how can we retire like this?

Have a question about your own retirement savings? Email us at HelpMeRetire@marketwatch.com.....»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

Distributed Ledger: NFT market booms while crypto market remains sluggish. Here’s why

A weekly look at the most important moves and news in crypto and what's on the horizon in digital assets......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News

Financial Crime: $1.9 million COVID-19 unemployment scam unravels after fraudsters leave key evidence behind in Yonkers hotel room

Cops were called after hotel staff found hundreds of unemployment debit cards abandoned in a room after checkout, prosecutors said......»»

Category: topSource: MARKETWATCHJan 22nd, 2022Related News